Why not adorn your interior with an objet d’art which will set off your decorative style perfectly, thanks to its typical 20th century design characteristics? From a vase to a mirror, via a traveller’s trunk, there are numerous vintage objects that the skills of the previous century’s designers have transformed into so much more than simply func...
Ettore Sottsass, Agra, Laminated plastic, five polychromic ceramic elements, EAD Edition, Design from 1964, edition from 1994. Edition of 20 numbered and signed copies. Signatured of the designer and numbering on the red element: Sottsass 20/20. Measures: Height 200 cm, Width 54 cm, Depth 54 cm.
Line Vautrin (1913-1997), Gribiche mirror, circular, beige talosel inlaid with blue mirror, signed Line Vautrin on the back, circa 1965, France. Measures: Diameter 18 cm.
In the style of Fornasetti, Screen, Engraved wood, vintage condition, Italy, circa 1960. Measures: Height 130 cm, width 225 cm, depth 2.5 cm.
Anthony Redmile, Seashell mirror, England, circa 1970. Measures: Height 135 cm, width 110 cm, depth 15 cm.
Ettore Sottsass, Wall mirror manufactured by Santambrogio and De Berti, Crystal glass, golden brass, Italy, circa 1958. Measures: Height 190 cm, width 30 cm, depth 3 cm.
Pair of mirrors, Rope, France, circa 1970. Measures: Diameter 88 cm, height 8 cm.
Gabriella Crespi, Pair of shelves, rattan and iron, circa 1950, Italy. Measures: Width 55 cm, depth 26.5 cm, height 5.5 cm.
Fausto Melotti,Wall mirror,La Farnesiana Manufacturer,Glazed earthenware, mirrored glass,Signed, Parma, Italy, circa 1950. Measures: Height 64 cm, width 53 cm, depth 9 cm.
Fausto Melotti (1901-1986), wall mirror, La Farnesiana manufacturer, varnished ceramic, signed, Parme, Italy, circa 1950. Measures: Height 64 cm, width 53 cm, depth 9 cm.