Center desk in walnut with beautiful cross on the base and little houses on the top.
Italian manufacture, 1960's
Ico Parisi (1916-1996)
Bedroom writing desk in oak with compartment for objects and shelf. Two drawers on the right side. Top and drawers with original period polypropyleneapplications.
Italian manufacture, 1955. ( to be restored)
Mahogany desk with 4 drawers, front and sides in grissinato wood, legs with elegant brass tips.
1950s Italian manufacture.
Refined oak writing desk with petrol green opaline glass top and backsplash. Shaped drawer of the same color covered in polypropylene. Long thin legs with brass tips.
Attributed to Gio Ponti, early 1950s manufacture.
Elegant desk in striped walnut with 5 drawers on the front, turned legs with brass crown tips and opaline glass top.
Italian manufacture, around 1940.
Center desk in mahogany with six drawers and cross uprights.
Italian 1960's manufacture.
Rare modernist desk in walnut and blond maple with ground glass top and wooden band. Lacquered drawers with turned maple uprights and two doors on the sides.
1950's Italian manufacture.
Oak desk with shaped uprights and ribbed wood structure, side drawers with shaped brass handles. Opaline glass top.
Turin School, 1950's.
Small writing desk in curved wood with side bookcase and cloth top.
Italian manufacture, 1940's.
Stèphan Boudin (1888 - 1967), Maison Jansen.
Writing desk in wood and lacquered metal with tasteful references to "Retour d'Egypte". Truncated conical legs with sphinx-shaped capitals, leather top and bronze handles, Paris 1960's.
Boudin was called by First Lady Jacquelin Kennedy to decorate the White House in 1961 and earlier, President John Fitzgerald Kennedy commissioned him to decorate the interior of his studio in his private residence in Georgetown.
Set consisting of desk and chair.
Wooden desk with lacquered wood top and two large drawers.
Italian manufacture, 1970s.
Writing table in oak wood with drawers on both sides, brass tips and crystal glass top.
Italian manufacture 1950's.
Josef Hoffman, rare writing desk designed in 1905 ca. and manufactured by J.& J. Khon, Vienna. Beech stained to simulate mahogany, top with a dark red leather, brass handle and details.
E. Otllinger, Against the Grain, Bentwood furniture from the collection of Fern and Manfred Steinfeld, exh. cat., The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, 1993, p. 85, fig. 54
G. Renzi, Il Mobile Moderno, Gebrüder Thonet Vienna, Jacob & Josef Kohn, Milan, 2008, pp. 202-203 for the desk
Corner desk with one drawer, newspaper holder, small cabinet and shelves. Original red top in perfect conditions.
Italian 1950's. manufacture.