Pair of triangular teak mirrors. Due to the particular shape, the mirrors can be mounted in the both verse.
Giovanni Gariboldi (1908 -1971)
Large mirror with gilded wooden frame.
Italian manufacture, 1940's
Elliptical shaped mirror in teak wood.
Table mirror in brass with turned base and adjustable frame.
Italian manufacture from the 30s / 40s.
Modernist mirror with shaped wooden frame.
Italian manufacture, 1940s.
Pair of mirrors in woven cane.
Italian manufacture, 1960s.
Pair of large mirrors with rattan frame.
Prod. Arpex International 1970s.
Published in Casa Vogue in November 1973.
Unique mirror with engraved and silver mercury mirrors.
Murano manufacture, Venice 1930s.
Excellent state of conservation.
Three round mirrors with wooden frame in hand polished teak wood.
Scandinavian manufacture, 1960s.
Luigi Fontana (1881-1958)
Elegant glass and beveled mirrored frame with colored glass profiles.
Fontana Arte 1940's manufacture.
The company was born as an industry producing glass sheets for building uses. In the last years of the nineteenth century, he developed a refined production of furnishing objects, unique pieces on commission are made using sheets of artfully ground and curved glass.
Luigi Fontana, founded the famous Fontana Arte company in 1920.
Mirror with brass frame and ribbon motif.
ABV Borsani Varedo 1950s.
Brass framed mirror in perfect original condition.
Manifacture, Italy 1950s.
Large tilting mirror with original mercury mirror, wooden structure with neoclassical style tympanum and half columns with bronze details.
Italian manufacture, central Italy, period of transition between the Neoclassical and the Empire. 1790s/1800
Pair of mirrors with brass frame.
Mirror with curved metal mesh frame with two wall lights of the same workmanship with satin glass.
Mirror with teak frame, Scandinavia, 1960s.
Piero Portaluppi, 1950's mirror with ribbed wood frame
Small Rococò carved and gilded leaf mirror with original silvered mirror.
The measurements of this frame are particularly unusual and contained for its time.
North Italy, Piedmont, around 1750.
Noel Quintavalle (Ferrara 1893 - Alassio 1977)
Three young woman having a bath at the river.
Oil painting on panel, signed and dated 1958.
Pair of lacquered and gilded wood angels holding a cornucopia with a gilt metal crown.
Central Italy, Baroque period, second half of the 17th century.
Colored ceramic vase in fine opaque paste made as prototype and produced in very few examples.
Achille Castiglioni 1975, hand signed on the base.
Compasso d'oro award label.
Gio Ponti (1891-1979)
Decorated ceramic vase.
Manufactured by Ginori, 1970s.
Decorative vase "Nuvole" (clouds), 1930s.
"The Water Mother".
Glazed ceramic with a reclining female figure and two children.
Made for the international exhibition of decorative arts in Paris in 1925.
Kay Nielsen, Bing & Grondhal, Copenhagen, 1925.
Colored ceramic vases in fine opaque paste made as prototypes and produced in very few examples.
Rare centerpiece plate in painted ceramic.
San Polo Venice, 1950s.
Inge Lise Koefoed for Royal Copenhagen, 1960s.
Colored ceramic vase with braided rope motif at the base.
Colored ceramic vase.
Prod. Galvani, Pordenone, Italy 1960s.
Vase in turned and colored ceramic.
Pair of colored ceramic vases.
Ceramic vase with checkerboard decoration.
Velletri manufacture, Rome, 1950s.
Ettore Sottsass, one vase from the 'Onde' series in white majolica.
Produced by Società Ceramica Toscana for Il Sestante, Milan, 1969.
Stamp SOTTSASS Il Sestante.
Salviati Venezia, lattimo glass vase in a light pink color with gold leaf powder.
Salviati & C, Murano 1970s.
In 1859, the Vicenza lawyer Antonio Salviati began his glass business by founding Salviati & C. It combines the production of mosaics and enamels with that of blown glass, becoming an example of international excellence.
Gio Ponti, small ceramic vase.
Prod. Richard Ginori, 1930s.
Seguso Murano, small blown glass vase.
Signed Seguso Murano.
Seguso Vetri d'Arte was born in Murano in 1375 as one of the oldest Venetian glass factories. The Seguso family today boasts the 23rd generation of glass masters.
De Majo Murano, small blown glass vase model 9731.
Signed De Majo Murano 1989.
Ludovico Diaz de Santillana, blown glass bottle with incalmo collar.
Prod. Venini, 1970s.
Fulvio Bianconi and Paolo Venini 1957.
Blown, incalmo glass.
Gray, rio green and amber.
Paolo Venini, very light blown glass, model 4740.
Signed, Venini 1959.
Vittorio Zecchin, Veronese vase in green-colored blown glass, Prod. Venini, Murano 1970s.
The vase takes its name from the canvas of "The Annunciation of the Virgin" by Paolo Veronese. The complex and rounded shape defies gravity, as in the painting that originally houses it.
Murano, 20th century, egg-shaped vase in iridescent glass.
Vittorio Zecchin, Veronese vase in lilac-colored blown glass, Prod. Venini, Murano 1970s.
Rare clothes hanger in metal and brass.
French manufacture, 1950.
Gio Ponti, splendid 1930's sailing ship in shaped wood and curved metal sails.
Pair of elegant wrought iron candlesticks with artist's stamp on the base.
Alessandro Mazzuccottelli 1880-1900.
He was "Lisander el ferée" (Alexander the blacksmith) ... that is, the wizard of wrought iron! His notoriety was such that it brought him to a mature age. to be elected deputy in the XXVIII and XXIX legislatures of the Kingdom of Italy.
Pair of screens with wooden frame and fabric with collage made up of figures and floral compositions.
Two table frames in shaped blond maple wood.
Italy in the 30s.
Two table mannequins in fabric and turned wood.
Italy in the 1930s.
Wood and brass coat hanger.
Attr. Ico Parisi, 1950's.
Coat hanger in lacquered metal and teak wood.