1950’s.

As simple and quiet, I cannot take my eyes off of this piece. The glass has such a lovely earthy and mineral quality. Large Tiffany Blue Color Cenedese Glass Lidded Box with gilt decoration. Italy.

1957.

Unique Extended Wall Lamp by Giovanni Ferrabini. One-of-a-kind sconce of hammered iron. Sculptural with great back-plate, swiveling arm and dark blue shade. Ferrabinia, fine art sculptor, worked in furniture design during the 1950’s. This piece was designed for his home in Italy.

1957.

Unique Extended Wall Lamp by Giovanni Ferrabini. One-of-a-kind sconce of hammered iron. Sculptural with great back-plate, swiveling arm and dark blue shade. Ferrabinia, fine art sculptor, worked in furniture design during the 1950’s. This piece was designed for his home in Italy.

1960’s.

I love the illustrative quality and color tones of these glazed ceramic coaster sized plates of fruit by Fornasetti. Italy.

19th Century.

Large scale Roman wrought iron gilded sconces. Jester motifs.

19th Century.

Large scale Roman wrought iron gilded sconces. Jester motifs.

1900’s.

Arched Italian Double Entry Doors. Mahogany wood and wrought Iron work with floral motifs.

1963.

Italian Carlo de Carli chest of drawers. Made by Sormani, Arosio. Lacquered in a tangerine red color with black lacquer handles and feet. Carlo de Carli, a designer of the 1940’s and 50’s is known for bringing Italian furniture to the forefront of design.