Osvaldo Borsani Unique Pair of End Tables, Italy, 1930s

Borsani, Osvaldo
,
Spilimbergo, Adriano
,
Side Tables
,
Italy
,
1930s

A unique pair of end tables by Osvaldo Borsani. They are made of fruitwood with reverse painted glass at the front of the drawers. The drawers have elegant bronze pulls. The paintings of the floral motifs are attributed to Adriano Spilimbergo, an exponent of the neo-romantic Chiarismo movement, who collaborated with Borsani on a few occasions.

These end tables are from a bedroom ensemble with a large wardrobe. Pictures of the matching piece available on request.

  • 963
  • Price on request
  • 23.8 In / 60.5 cm
  • 25.4 In / 64.5 cm
  • 13.8 In / 35.0 cm

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