Pair of wooden bedside tables with a thick crystal glass top and brass tips. Italian manufacture, 1950's.
Piero Fornasetti, low table with wooden base and top in enamelled and painted metal.
Original brand stamp.
Carlo Hauner, rare low table with central support base for bottles with glass lid and burnished metal frame.
6 Side compartments with double face tray tops, lacquered on one side and in wood on the other.
Prod. Forma, 1960ca.
Splendid pair of 1950's Italian side tables with nice elegant legs and thin brass tips. Black Marquinia marble top.
Attr. Arch. Carlo Rava, Milano, 1950.
Pair of 1950's side tables with two shelves, one in wood and the one on top in light marble.
Attr.Gio Ponti, 1950's.
1950's pair of side tables in walnut with christal glass top.
Attr. Gio Ponti 1950ca.
Osvaldo Borsani, splendid pair of shaped wall-mounted bedside tables with one drawer and two small shelves.
Borsani Varedo, 1950's.
Pier Luigi Colli, refined elm wood coffee table with three finely carved legs and wave pattern top.
Colli Torin 1940's.
Pair of elegant semi-triangular shaped coffee tables with wooden legs and French blue opaline glass top. Borsani Varedo, 1950ca.
Ico Parisi, low table with asymmetrical frame in rosewood and a thick crystal glass on top.
Prod. Cassina 1962.
Low table in lacquered metal with two tops, one in wood and the other in bronze-colored mirrored glass, feet in shaped brass.
Saporiti production, Italy 1950's
Cesare Lacca, 1950's trolley in light walnut with two shelves in crystal glass and nice brass details.
Ico Parisi, stylish pair of 1950's side tables produced by Gino De Baggis in 1954. One in light walnut and one in dark polished wood.
Bibl. R. Lietti, Ico Parisi. "Design catalogo ragionato"1936-1960, Silvana Editoriale, Cinisello Balsamo 2017, p. 503
Pair of coffee tables with a central wooden column, top in mirrored glass and two shelves in thick crystal glass. Brass details. Italiy 1930's.
1970's Italian coffee tables in bamboo with top in "Travertino" stone.
Ico Parisi, 1950's coffee table in mahogany with brass details and glass top.
Carlo de Carli, Renato G. Angeli, and Luigi Claudio Olivieri, "Ragno" coffee table in beechwood and glass, Italy, 1950's. The tabletop is gently placed on the wooden arms that connect the top to the three legs of the base.
Melchiorre Bega, rare coffee table with legs made of turned wood and brass cross on bottom, crystal glass top, prod. Bega&C, Bologna, 1950ca.
Melchiorre Bega (1898-1976) was trained as an architect and later became a designer. He is known for his well-detailled functionalist, modern designs. Bega rejected the Art Deco style that prevailed during this time. He believed that many small elements would make a perfect whole, his style can therefore be seen as a graceful functionalism. For this reason, Bega worked with specialized craftsmen only. His style developed from the needs of human beings. In his early career he was specialized in the renovation of old buildings. From 1923 onwards, Bega designed and co-managed a production factory. During the beginning of the 1940s Bega was the editor of the famous Domus magazine. Later in life he was the architect of many grand projects such as the Axel Springer Building in Berlin and the Galfa Tower in Milan.
Coffee table with metal with nice Cuban mahogany top.
Saporiti Italia, 1960's.
Paolo Buffa, 1950's pair of bed tables with glass top and bronze tips and one drawer inside.