SideboardOsvaldo Borsani (1911-1985)
Large-scale sideboard, the body constructed of textured (carved) brown oak, the depressions tinted a dark green. Five doors with the original (refreshed) goatskin, exceptional round glass pulls and a travertine top make this piece a truly rare piece. The interior features velvet covered shelves. One key.
Pair of Side TablesSuzanne Rippe
Crosscut of a whitened oak beam, inlaid with free form mosaic ribbons throughout, featuring turquoise stone, tile and brass. Signed on the side.
Dahlia ChandelierMax Ingrand (1908-1969)
Italy, ca 1955
Chandelier composed of sixteen translucent green and amber glass “petals” mounted to a radial brass structure, suspended from three rods and matching canopy. Fontana Arte model number 1563. Literature: Franco Deboni’s Fontana Arte: Gio Ponti, Pietro Chiesa, Max Ingrand, Allemandi, Torino, 2012, image 308 for a similar example.
Center TableOsvaldo Borsani (1911-1985)
Pearwood table with the top done in lattice work, the four out-splayed legs ending in cast bronze sabots. Original glass top. The piece has been restored to its original condition through us (joints reinforced, wood and bronze cleaned, sealed). This and similar models pictured in Giampiero Bosoni’s “Osvaldo Borsani” on pages 590 and 591.
ArmchairCarlo Mollino (1905-1973)
A rare armchair, originally from the RAI auditorium in Torino, Italy. We re-upholstered the chair in a fabric close to the original. The brass has been refreshed but shows wear consistent with its age.
SideboardErwan Boulloud (b. 1973)
Polished bronze sideboard featuring concentric circles throughout with a Lapis Lazuli inset in each center. Boulloud’s pieces are very limited editions or unique creations.
Pair of Side Tables $27,500
Dahlia Chandelier $95,000
Center Table $62,500
August 17, 2019 to September 02, 2019