ASTA 272 - DESIGN (online)

Lot N: 0001

MANIFATTURA ITALIANA

Rug

136 x 192 cm

Wool, 60s.

Sold at

Euro 50,00

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Lot N: 0002

MANIFATTURA ITALIANA

Round rug

193 x 193 cm

Acrylic and cotton, 60s.

Sold at

Euro 60,00

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Lot N: 0003

MANIFATTURA ITALIANA

Couple of rug

160 x 90 cm

Wool and cotton, 60s.

Sold at

Euro 320,00

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Lot N: 0004

MANIFATTURA ITALIANA

Valet tray

48.5 x 3 x 14.3 cm

Valet tray in enameled metal on a black base with red and black decorations, 70s.

Sold at

Euro 120,00

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Lot N: 0005

CARLO PACCAGNINI

Plate

39 x 5 x 40 cm

Montecatini aluminum plate oxidized with the alumilite process, signature at the base "Cador"; 40s.

Sold at

Euro 220,00

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Lot N: 0006

CARLO PACCAGNINI

Vase

17 x 23 x 17 cm

Montecatini aluminum vase oxidized with the alumilite process, 40s.

Sold at

Euro 240,00

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Lot N: 0007

FONTANA ARTE (n. 1932)

Attributed to. Bathroom set

Fontana Arte bath set consisting of: 1 towel rail, 1 large soap dish, 1 small soap dish, 1 toilet paper holder, 1 double cup holder, 1 hook, 70s, Towel holder size 58 cm x 11 cm Soap dish sizes: 4 cm x 16 cm x 15 cm Small soap dish sizes: 4 cm x 13 cm x 13 cm Toilet paper holder sizes: 9 cm x 14 cm x 12 cm Cup holder sizes: 4 cm x 17 cm x 10 cm Hook: 4 cm x 3 cm x 10 cm

Sold at

Euro 300,00

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Lot N: 0008

FONTANA ARTE (n. 1932)

Desk set

28 x 10 x 17 cm

Desk set composed of: a glass, metal and brass pen holder; a card holder in glass and metal (H 11 cm L 20.5 cm P 15 cm) and a notepad (H 9 cm L 20 cm W 8 cm); 70's.

Starting Price

Euro 100,00

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Lot N: 0009

LUCIANO VISTOSI (n. 1931)

Sculpture

9 x 11.5 x 7 cm

For Siv, signature and year at the base: "L. Vistosi, 1992".

Starting Price

Euro 100,00

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Lot N: 0010

ALVAR AALTO (1898 - 1976)

Vase

21 x 15 x 18.5 cm

Littala model glass vase, produced in Finland, signature and base year.

Sold at

Euro 240,00

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Lot N: 0011

PAOLO DE POLI (1905 - 1996)

Bowl

9 x 8.5 x 2 cm

Copper bowl enamelled in bronze tones, for Smalti de Poli, Padua, 50s. Signature at the base.

Sold at

Euro 50,00

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Lot N: 0012

PAOLO DE POLI (1905 - 1996)

Bowls

20 x 6.5 x 20 cm

Hammered enamel copper bowl. Signature engraved under the base: "De Poli", 50s. Provenance: Padua Lions Club.

Sold at

Euro 400,00

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Lot N: 0013

PAOLO DE POLI (1905 - 1996)

Complete handle

11.5 x 25 x 9 cm

Complete blue colored handle with abstract designs, 50s. The activity in this particular field of design dates back to 1946, when Paolo De Poli produced handles for the companies V.I.S and Yale & Towne of New York. A particularly large production that in 1958 will result in the exhibition at the Wildestein Gallery in New York for which, in the catalog, De Poli stated "The door must not only be a partition .. but also have its own decorative function" De Poli himself, describing his work with enamel and copper, states: "I am Italian and I was born in the Venezie, where in the past one of the greatest Renaissance color schools originated. I have a natural sense of color and personal knowledge. of painting makes me appreciate, in a special way, the beauty of tone and light.For this reason, fifty years ago, I saw in the enamel the material that could give a metallic object with simple and rational forms, beauty and splendor incomparable. A small and common metal bowl became precious if coated with the magical colors of the enamel. With enamel everything becomes beautiful and its smooth, vitrified surface increases the characteristics of practicality. I started with the linear bowls and then made vases , plates, trays, boxes, small paintings, large decorated walls, furniture with large decorated surfaces, fireplaces, handles of all kinds and unique pieces for collectors. collaborated with the most famous Italian architects always creating new applications, dazzling colors. I appreciate the enamel because no other material could give me such a wide range of colors, from deep and decisive tones to the most delicate transparencies. If then the metal is chiseled or wrought, the beauty of the colors is increased by transparencies, glosses, incomparable play of light. I have a lot of faith in enamel because I have found that in every application it gives significant practical and functional advantages. I like to glaze, because the fire knows how to transfuse magical colors and suggestive effects. I think that nail polish has always given me new possibilities of application, to embellish objects and make them more responsive to modern needs. " Taken from L ’Arte dello Smalto: Paolo De Poli, cat. anthological exhibition, Padua, 1984, p.30

Sold at

Euro 1.000,00

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Lot N: 0014

PAOLO DE POLI (1905 - 1996)

Complete handle

8 x 17 x 7 cm

Complete purple handle, 50s. The activity in this particular field of design dates back to 1946, when Paolo De Poli produced handles for the companies V.I.S and Yale & Towne of New York. A particularly large production that in 1958 will result in the exhibition at the Wildestein Gallery in New York for which, in the catalog, De Poli stated "The door must not only be a partition .. but also have its own decorative function" De Poli, describing his work with enamel and copper, states: "I am Italian and I was born in the Venezie, where in the past one of the greatest Renaissance color schools originated. I have a natural sense of color and personal knowledge. of painting makes me appreciate, in a special way, the beauty of tone and light.For this reason, fifty years ago, I saw in the enamel the material that could give a metallic object with simple and rational forms, beauty and splendor incomparable. A small and common metal bowl became precious if coated with the magical colors of the enamel. With enamel everything becomes beautiful and its smooth, vitrified surface increases the characteristics of practicality. I started with the linear bowls and then made vases , plates, trays, boxes, small paintings, large decorated walls, furniture with large decorated surfaces, fireplaces, handles of all kinds and unique pieces for collectors. collaborated with the most famous Italian architects always creating new applications, dazzling colors. I appreciate the enamel because no other material could give me such a wide range of colors, from deep and decisive tones to the most delicate transparencies. If then the metal is chiseled or wrought, the beauty of the colors is increased by transparencies, glosses, incomparable play of light. I have a lot of faith in enamel because I have found that in every application it gives significant practical and functional advantages. I like to glaze, because the fire knows how to transfuse magical colors and suggestive effects. I think that nail polish has always given me new possibilities of application, to embellish objects and make them more responsive to modern needs. " Taken from L ’Arte dello Smalto: Paolo De Poli, cat. anthological exhibition, Padua, 1984, p.30

Sold at

Euro 550,00

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Lot N: 0015

PAOLO DE POLI (1905 - 1996)

Complete handle

13.5 x 20 x 8.5 cm

Cerulean blue complete handle, 50s. The activity in this particular field of design dates back to 1946, when Paolo De Poli produced handles for the companies V.I.S and Yale & Towne of New York. A particularly large production that in 1958 will result in the exhibition at the Wildestein Gallery in New York for which, in the catalog, De Poli stated "The door must not only be a partition .. but also have its own decorative function" De Poli, describing his work with enamel and copper, states: "I am Italian and I was born in the Venezie, where in the past one of the greatest Renaissance color schools originated. I have a natural sense of color and personal knowledge. of painting makes me appreciate, in a special way, the beauty of tone and light.For this reason, fifty years ago, I saw in the enamel the material that could give a metallic object with simple and rational forms, beauty and splendor incomparable. A small and common metal bowl became precious if coated with the magical colors of the enamel. With enamel everything becomes beautiful and its smooth, vitrified surface increases the characteristics of practicality. I started with the linear bowls and then made vases , plates, trays, boxes, small paintings, large decorated walls, furniture with large decorated surfaces, fireplaces, handles of all kinds and unique pieces for collectors. collaborated with the most famous Italian architects always creating new applications, dazzling colors. I appreciate the enamel because no other material could give me such a wide range of colors, from deep and decisive tones to the most delicate transparencies. If then the metal is chiseled or wrought, the beauty of the colors is increased by transparencies, glosses, incomparable play of light. I have a lot of faith in enamel because I have found that in every application it gives significant practical and functional advantages. I like to glaze, because the fire knows how to transfuse magical colors and suggestive effects. I think that nail polish has always given me new possibilities of application, to embellish objects and make them more responsive to modern needs. " Taken from L ’Arte dello Smalto: Paolo De Poli, cat. anthological exhibition, Padua, 1984, p.30

Sold at

Euro 1.000,00

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Lot N: 0016

PAOLO DE POLI (1905 - 1996)

Complete handle

11.5 x 25 x 9 cm

Complete green handle , 50s. The activity in this particular field of design dates back to 1946, when Paolo De Poli produced handles for the companies V.I.S and Yale & Towne of New York. A particularly large production that in 1958 will result in the exhibition at the Wildestein Gallery in New York for which, in the catalog, De Poli stated "The door must not only be a partition .. but also have its own decorative function" De Poli, describing his work with enamel and copper, states: "I am Italian and I was born in the Venezie, where in the past one of the greatest Renaissance color schools originated. I have a natural sense of color and personal knowledge. of painting makes me appreciate, in a special way, the beauty of tone and light.For this reason, fifty years ago, I saw in the enamel the material that could give a metallic object with simple and rational forms, beauty and splendor incomparable. A small and common metal bowl became precious if coated with the magical colors of the enamel. With enamel everything becomes beautiful and its smooth, vitrified surface increases the characteristics of practicality. I started with the linear bowls and then made vases , plates, trays, boxes, small paintings, large decorated walls, furniture with large decorated surfaces, fireplaces, handles of all kinds and unique pieces for collectors. collaborated with the most famous Italian architects always creating new applications, dazzling colors. I appreciate the enamel because no other material could give me such a wide range of colors, from deep and decisive tones to the most delicate transparencies. If then the metal is chiseled or wrought, the beauty of the colors is increased by transparencies, glosses, incomparable play of light. I have a lot of faith in enamel because I have found that in every application it gives significant practical and functional advantages. I like to glaze, because the fire knows how to transfuse magical colors and suggestive effects. I think that nail polish has always given me new possibilities of application, to embellish objects and make them more responsive to modern needs. " Taken from L ’Arte dello Smalto: Paolo De Poli, cat. anthological exhibition, Padua, 1984, p.30

Sold at

Euro 1.000,00

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Lot N: 0017

PAOLO DE POLI (1905 - 1996)

Complete handle

11.5 x 29 x 10 cm

Complete red handle, 50s. The activity in this particular field of design dates back to 1946, when Paolo De Poli produced handles for the companies V.I.S and Yale & Towne of New York. A particularly large production that in 1958 will result in the exhibition at the Wildestein Gallery in New York for which, in the catalog, De Poli stated "The door must not only be a partition .. but also have its own decorative function" De Poli, describing his work with enamel and copper, states: "I am Italian and I was born in the Venezie, where in the past one of the greatest Renaissance color schools originated. I have a natural sense of color and personal knowledge. of painting makes me appreciate, in a special way, the beauty of tone and light.For this reason, fifty years ago, I saw in the enamel the material that could give a metallic object with simple and rational forms, beauty and splendor incomparable. A small and common metal bowl became precious if coated with the magical colors of the enamel. With enamel everything becomes beautiful and its smooth, vitrified surface increases the characteristics of practicality. I started with the linear bowls and then made vases , plates, trays, boxes, small paintings, large decorated walls, furniture with large decorated surfaces, fireplaces, handles of all kinds and unique pieces for collectors. collaborated with the most famous Italian architects always creating new applications, dazzling colors. I appreciate the enamel because no other material could give me such a wide range of colors, from deep and decisive tones to the most delicate transparencies. If then the metal is chiseled or wrought, the beauty of the colors is increased by transparencies, glosses, incomparable play of light. I have a lot of faith in enamel because I have found that in every application it gives significant practical and functional advantages. I like to glaze, because the fire knows how to transfuse magical colors and suggestive effects. I think that nail polish has always given me new possibilities of application, to embellish objects and make them more responsive to modern needs. " Taken from L ’Arte dello Smalto: Paolo De Poli, cat. anthological exhibition, Padua, 1984, p.30

Sold at

Euro 1.000,00

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Lot N: 0018

LUIGI FONTANA

Table clock

38 x 40 x 9 cm

Glass structure with brass details depicting anchor and rudder; 40s.

Sold at

Euro 260,00

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Lot N: 0019

GIO' PONTI (1891 - 1979)

Attribute Mirror

65.5 x 126 x 2.5 cm

Mirror with brass frame, 50s.

Sold at

Euro 700,00

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Lot N: 0020

GIO' PONTI (1891 - 1979)

Mirror

57.5 x 80 x 3.5 cm

Frame in worked brass and mirror, inside it has a fire mark and dating, "23 DI 1953" (December 23, 1953)

Sold at

Euro 850,00

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Lot N: 0021

MANIFATTURA ITALIANA

Mirror

61 x 78 x 2.5 cm

Rectangular mirror with brass frame, 50s.

Sold at

Euro 30,00

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Lot N: 0022

MANIFATTURA ITALIANA

Mirror

56 x 78 x 2 cm

Mirror with brass frame, 50s.

Sold at

Euro 260,00

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Lot N: 0023

MANIFATTURA ITALIANA

Mirror

72 x 72 x 3 cm

Square glass mirror with wooden back, 70s.

Sold at

Euro 50,00

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Lot N: 0024

MANIFATTURA ITALIANA

Mirror

80 x 80 x 2.5 cm

Square mirror with chromed metal frame and lacquered wood, 70s.

Sold at

Euro 50,00

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Lot N: 0025

MANIFATTURA ITALIANA

Mirror

60 x 135 x 2 cm

Rectangular mirror with double glass frame, 70s.

Sold at

Euro 100,00

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Lot N: 0026

MANIFATTURA ITALIANA

Mirror

67 x 67 x 5.5 cm

Mirror with wood and glass frame, 70s.

Sold at

Euro 60,00

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Lot N: 0027

MANIFATTURA ITALIANA

Mirror

75 x 88 x 5.5 cm

Glass mirror with lacquered wood frame, 60s.

Sold at

Euro 50,00

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Lot N: 0028

MANIFATTURA ITALIANA

Mirror

65 x 96 x 2.5 cm

Mirror with brass frame, 50s.

Sold at

Euro 400,00

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Lot N: 0029

MANIFATTURA ITALIANA

Mirror

42 x 102 x 2.5 cm

Mirror in bevelled glass and brass frame, 60s.

Sold at

Euro 220,00

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Lot N: 0030

BAROVIER & TOSO

Mirror

13.5 x 31 x 2.5 cm

Glass table mirror, 50s.

Sold at

Euro 160,00

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Lot N: 0031

SERGIO MAZZA (n. 1931)

Pair of mirrors

62 x 62 x 3 cm

Narciso model, Artemide production, 60s. Pair of wall mirrors with nickel-plated brass frame. Publications: Paoli E., Quaderni di Vitrum, n. 8, Mirrors and Mirrors - hung, in furniture and technicians, by CISAV p. 132.

Sold at

Euro 240,00

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Lot N: 0032

CRYSTAL ART

Mirror

59 x 86 x 10 cm

Wall mirror in glass, 70s.

Sold at

Euro 50,00

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Lot N: 0033

CRYSTAL ART

Attributed. Mirror

71.5 x 71.5 x 3 cm

Wall mirror with white lacquered glass base and engraved and ground glass, 50s.

Sold at

Euro 140,00

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Lot N: 0034

NANDA VIGO (n. 1936)

Mirror

55 x 100 x 6 cm

Wall mirror from the Scornice series, for GLAS Italia, 80s. Shaped and ground crystal decorated with sand and silver cast.

Sold at

Euro 180,00

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Lot N: 0035

NANDA VIGO (n. 1936)

Attributed Floor Mirror

100 x 162 cm

Vertical mirror composed of two modules, one in glossy black plastic and the other in mirrored glass. 80s.

Sold at

Euro 900,00

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Lot N: 0036

FURGERI

Mirror

58 x 58 x 6 cm

Specchio retroilluminato in vetro molato con disegno a motivi mitologici inciso ad acido e dorato; anni 60.

Sold at

Euro 400,00

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Lot N: 0037

GALLOTTI E RADICE (n. 1955)

Pair of photo frames

25.5 x 26 x 19 cm

Pair of photo frames in crystal and chrome-plated brass, 70s.

Sold at

Euro 180,00

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Lot N: 0038

CORRADO CORRADI DALL'ACQUA (1905 - 1982)

Mirror

44 x 83 x 2 cm

Vipera model mirror, for Azucena, 60s. Gilded brass frame. Publications: 'Interni in Milano', Domus, no. 365, April 1960, p. 44; photographs of the model in an apartment in Milan designed by Costantino Corsini, Giancarlo Pozzi and Giorgio Wiskemann, with interiors designed by Ignazio Gardella

Sold at

Euro 600,00

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Lot N: 0039

METALVETRO SIENA

Mirror

72 x 72 x 3 cm

Round wall mirror produced by Metalvetro Siena Galvorame, bearing label with date of production dating back to 9 February 1970.

Starting Price

Euro 700,00

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Lot N: 0040

MAN RAY (1890 - 1976)

Table lamp

22 x 59 x 22 cm

"La lune Sous le Chapeau" table lamp, produced by Sirrah, 70s. Lacquered metal stem and paper diffuser. Signature and trademark of the manufacturing company at the base.

Sold at

Euro 380,00

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Lot N: 0041

MANIFATTURA ITALIANA

Table lamp

17 x 43 cm

Adjustable table lamp in chromed metal, 70s. Working.

Sold at

Euro 30,00

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Lot N: 0042

CLAUDIO SALOCCHI (1934 - 2012)

Table lamp

28 x 46 x 28 cm

For I3, table lamp with base in lacquered metal and structure in Murano glass, 70s.

Starting Price

Euro 400,00

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Lot N: 0043

MANIFATTURA ITALIANA

Pair of table lamps

45 x 47 x 45 cm

Pair of table lamps with ceramic base and golden metal, plastic hat, 70s.

Sold at

Euro 280,00

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Lot N: 0044

DANILO (1925) & CORRADO (1936) AROLDI

Attributed to. Table lamp

21 x 84 cm

Periscope model table lamp, flexible plastic structure, 70s. Working.

Sold at

Euro 180,00

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Lot N: 0045

VICO MAGISTRETTI (1920 - 2006)

Table lamp

50 x 70 x 50 cm

Atollo model table lamp, for Oluce, present brand. Black painted metal; year of design: 1977. Awards: Compasso d'Oro Award, 1979. Publications: Domus, n. 598, May 1979, p. 121 - Domus, n. 784, July 1996, p. 100 - Domus, n. 794, June 1997, p. 212 - Charlotte & Peter Fiell, 1000 lights, Taschen, p. 505 - Giampiero Bosoni,Fabrizio G. Confalonieri, Paesaggio del design italiano 1972-1977, Edizioni di Comunità, Milan, 1988, p. 204 - Giuliana Gramigna, Repertorio 1950-2000 Allemandi, Turin, 2003, p. 250. "The Atollo table lamp is one of Vico Magistretti's most famous creations and in many ways represents the synthesis of his approach to design: exploring the very essence of the object by looking at the usual aspects with new eyes. The strong visual impact of Atoll it derives from the presence of three Euclidean forms, the hemisphere, the cylinder and the cone whose layout takes up the abstract profile of a traditional table lamp.It is this underlying symbolism, combined with the sculptural form, which makes the model so interesting. " From Charlotte & Peter Fiell, 1000 lights, Taschen, p. 505

Sold at

Euro 1.100,00

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Lot N: 0046

OSCAR TORLASCO (1934 - 2004)

Table lamp

11 x 35 x 10 cm

Modular table lamp in chromed metal and glass, for Stil kommen, 70s.

Sold at

Euro 260,00

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Lot N: 0047

OSCAR TORLASCO (1934 - 2004)

Table lamp

24 x 52 x 24 cm

Model 648 table lamp, for Lumi Milano, Made in Italy, 60s. Nickel-plated brass base, brushed steel diffuser and opal glass.

Sold at

Euro 650,00

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Lot N: 0048

JOE COLOMBO (1930 - 1971)

Table lamp

82 x 110 x 23 cm

Spider model table lamp in chromed metal, red lacquered metal and plastic, produced by O-luce, 60s.

Sold at

Euro 260,00

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Lot N: 0049

STILNOVO

Table lamp

25 x 30 x 20 cm

Table lamp in brass and lacquered metal, 50s.

Sold at

Euro 480,00

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Lot N: 0050

STILNOVO

Table lamp

34 x 35 x 34 cm

Table lamp with marble base and red lacquered metal hat, 50s.

Sold at

Euro 750,00

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Lot N: 0053

ELIO MARTINELLI (n. 1922)

Table lamp

42 x 42 x 42 cm

Cobra model table lamp (no. 629) for Martinelli Luce, present brand, 60s. Publications: Domus, n. 502, September 1971, advertising page - Gramigna G., Repertory of Italian design 1950-2000, Allemandi, Torino, 2003, p. 162

Sold at

Euro 280,00

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First session 1-114 19/11/19

16:00

Second session 115-228 19/11/19

19:00

Third session 229-342 20/11/19

16:00

Fourth session 343-456 20/11/19

19:00

Exposition

NO EXPOSITION, LOTS VISIBLE ONLY BY APPOINTMENT.

Artist

ADRIANO ALPAGO NOVELLO (1932 - 2005) ADRIANO PIAZZESI AFRA & TOBIA SCARPA (n. 1935) AKE FRIBYTER ALDO TURA (1909 - 1963) ALESSANDRO ALBRIZZI ALFREDO BIANCHI ALFREDO HABERLI (n. 1964) ALVAR AALTO (1898 - 1976) ANACLETO SPAZZAPAN ANDREA BURRONI (n. 1952) ANGELO LELII (1911 - 1979) ANGELO MANGIAROTTI (1921 - 2012) ANONIMA CASTELLI ANONIMO ANZANI MOBILI ARCHIZOOM ASSOCIATI ARREDOLUCE AUGUSTO BOZZI (1924 - 1982) BABUR KERIM INCEDAYI (n. 1945) BAROVIER & TOSO BAROVIER E C. BIANCHETTI e PEA BOBO PICCOLI BONACINA 1889 BROWN JORDAN BRUNO GECCHELIN (n. 1939) CAMEA CARLO HAUNER CARLO RATTI (n. 1971) CARLO NASON (n. 1935) CARLO PACCAGNINI CARLO SCARPA (1906 - 1978) CASA E GIARDINO CASEY FANTIN CESARE LACCA CHARLES & RAY EAMES (1907 - 1978) CLAUDIO SALOCCHI (1934 - 2012) CORRADO CORRADI DALL'ACQUA (1905 - 1982) CRYSTAL ART DANIEL PASGRIMAUD DANILO (1925) & CORRADO (1936) AROLDI DASSI M.M. EDOARDO GELLNER (1909 - 2004) EDWARD WORMLEY EERO SAARINEN (1910 - 1961) EILEEN GRAY (1878 - 1976) ELIO MARTINELLI (n. 1922) EMANUELE CITO DI FILOMARINO EMILIO AMBASZ, GIANCARLO PIRETTI ETTORE SOTTSASS (1917 - 2007) EUGENIO GERLI (n. 1923) EZIO LONGHI FABIO LENCI (n. 1935) FINN JUHL (1912 - 1989) FLORENCE KNOLL (n. 1917) FONTANA ARTE (n. 1932) FRANCO ALBINI - FRANCA HELG FRANCO ALBINI (1905 - 1977) FRANCO PERROTTI FRATELLI FORNASARIG (n. 1878) FRATELLI SAPORITI FRATELLI TOSO FRIGERIO DI DESIO (1928 - 1999) FURGERI G.P.VITELLI E T.AMMANATI GABETTI & ISOLA & DROCCO GAETANO SCIOLARI (1927 - 1994) GALLOTTI E RADICE (n. 1955) GASTONE RINALDI (1920 - 2006) GIAN FRANCO LEGLER GIANFRANCO FRATTINI (1926 - 2004) GIANNI CELADA (n. 1935) GINO SARFATTI (1912 - 1985) GINO VISTOSI (1925 - 1980) GIO PONTI - EMLIO LANCIA GIO' PONTI & LIO CARMINATI GIO' PONTI (1891 - 1979) GIORDANO FORTI GIORGIO SAPORITI GIOVANNI OFFREDI (n. 1927) GIULIANA GRAMIGNA (n. 1929) GIULIO MINOLETTI (1910 - 1981) GIUSEPPE OSTUNI GIUSEPPE RIVADOSSI (n. 1935) GIUSEPPE ROSSI DI ALBIZZATE (1909 - 2003) GOFFREDO REGGIANI GUGLIELMO ULRICH GUGLIELMO VERONESI HANS OLSEN (1919 - 1992) HANS-AGNE JAKOBSSON (1919 - 2009) ICO PARISI (1916 - 1996) IGNAZIO GARDELLA (1905 - 1999) ILMARI TAPIOVAARA (1914 - 1999) ISA BERGAMO JAN EKSELIUS (n. 1946) JOE COLOMBO (1930 - 1971) JOSEF HOFFMANN (1870 - 1956) KAZUHIDE TAKAHAMA (n. 1930) KNUT HESTERBERG (n. 1941) L. GHIDINI, G. MOZZONI, L. VERMI, LA MURRINA LAWRENCE MONK LELLA E MASSIMO VIGNELLI LEON KRIER (n. 1946) LORENZO BURCHIELLARO (n. 1933) LOUIS POULSEN LUCIANO FRIGERIO (1928 - 1999) LUCIANO VISTOSI (n. 1931) LUIGI CACCIA DOMINIONI (1913 - 2016) LUIGI FONTANA LUMEN MILANO LUMI MILANO LUMINATOR M.V.M CAPPELLIN MAN RAY (1890 - 1976) MANIFATTURA DANESE MANIFATTURA FRANCESE MANIFATTURA ITALIANA MANIFATTURA NORDICA MANIFATTURA TEDESCA MANOLO BLAHNIK (n. 1942) MARCEL LAJOS BREUER (1902 - 1981) MARIO ASNAGO (1896-1981) & CLAUDIO VENDER (1904-1986) MARIO BELLINI (n. 1935) MARIO GOTTARDI (n. 1913) MAXIME OLD MAZZEGA MELCHIORRE BEGA (1898 - 1976) MERET OPPENHEIM (1913 - 1985) METALVETRO SIENA MILANO COVA MOBILGIRGI NANDA VIGO (n. 1936) NELLO PINI NINO ZONCADA (1898 - 1988) OHLSSON FOLKE OSCAR TORLASCO (1934 - 2004) OSVALDO BORSANI (1911 - 1985) PAOLO BUFFA (1903 - 1970) PAOLO DE POLI (1905 - 1996) PAOLO PORTOGHESI (n. 1931) PETER HVIDT E ORLA MØLGAARD-NIELSEN PIER LUIGI COLLI (1895 - 1968) PIERLUIGI GIORDANI PIETRO MASSON (n. 1941) POLIARTE VERONA POLTRONA FRAU POLTRONOVA RENATO FORTI (n. 1923) ROBERTO MENGHI (1920 - 2006) ROMEO REGA ROMEO REGA (1904 - 1968) SANDRO PETTI SANTAMRBOGIO E DE BERTI SEGUSO VETRI D'ARTE SERGIO MAZZA (n. 1931) SERGIO RODRIGUEZ (n. 1927) SERGIO SAPORITI (1928 - 2014) SILVIO CAVATORTA SILVIO COPPOLA (1920 - 1986) STILNOVO STILUX STILUX - MILANO THONET, VIENNA TITO AGNOLI (n. 1931) TOBIA SCARPA (n. 1935) VECA VENINI VETRERIE SEGUSO VICO MAGISTRETTI (1920 - 2006) VINCENZO PICCITTO (n. 1952) VITTORIANO VIGANO' (1919 - 1996) VITTORIO BONACINA VITTORIO DASSI VITTORIO INTROINI VIVAI DEL SUD WILLY RIZZO (n. 1928)