50s style staging, made by Arteslonga. Find all the unique objects and furniture for sale below:
Original early 1950's sideboard. Completely transformed with a salt-blasting process, and a black matt finish which smooth the grape and leaves sculpture of the walnut doors. Its black and white marble top is the original one, as well as all the hardware.1 drawer in the middle. Made in France.
Sideboard of the 50's of 200cm of width on 56 cm of depth. Height of 112 cm. A French manufacture made in the 50s in Walnut. The structure and the interior of the piece of furniture are in blond wood covered with a very beautiful veneer color golden oak, finish glazed varnish.
Original late 1940's sideboard. Completely transformed with a salt-blasting process, and a matt black finish which make it contemporary... Though it has been made in France more than 70 years ago. Its grey and white marble top is the original one. The brass harware is original, including those 2 rings highlighting the very simpleclean design of this piece.
Watercolor "Aquarelle Bleue" signed Fidélie Cardi. "De la peinture pas pour dire, pour illustrer, mais emportée par elle-même, pour ce moment où le tableau sera enfin inépuisable". E.Cornevin, à propos du travail de Fidélie Cardi.
Original 1940's French sideboard in rosewood. Completely transformed with a "salt-blasting process", and a matt finish which emphasizes the veining of the South American rosewood doors, as well as the curved base. The top part is unusual: a thin black glass, and it helps keeping that low line.
Henri II style side french sideboard, dated circa 1890 in wallnut. The mat black finish smoothened the two faces of Gallic warriors on the doors. The key to lock the drawers takes place in a strange face, inspired by the gargoyles of cathedrals.
The Henri II style is the expression of the interest that French people had in late 19th century for the "Renaissance period", more Baroque, more exuberant! It's also a time when French cabinet makers showed thair knowledge and added their local influences to their creations. This unique piece has been manufactured in France around 1890 by a cabinet maker.
Sideboard late 1940s made in walnut with a finish that highlights the veining of the doors. Its black veined marble top is original. Very beautiful patterns of walnut on the doors and beautiful handles of origins in brass. French made.The wood is in excellent condition. A very beautiful unique piece of time. A superb unique piece of furniture.
A design that can't lie: this sideboard has been manufactured in France in 1940. The overall staight lines is so typical of those years.The tropical wood that has been used, allowed a remarkable work of marquetry on the doors.