If you have been waiting for the perfect opportunity to get your hands on true timeless icons at discounted prices, now is the time. Beyond the logic of consumerism, buying designer or antique objects is a smart forward-looking move: these are objects destined to accompany us daily for years, designed to last, to be handed down from generation to generation, to become part of our family histories.
So here are 6 of our favorite items, selected for you from a catalog of over 3 thousand discounted items all to browse and discover!
Mahogany feather Empire-style Demi Lune sideboard, 19th century
This fine piece of storage furniture is ideal for lending a classic feel to your rooms: featuring noble materials and masterful workmanship, this sideboard will amaze you with its minute trimmings and bronze details. Perfect for classic furnishings, it can also be matched with more modern interiors to convey that touch of sophistication that only antiques can give to your homes.
Mezzo Oracolo lamp by Gae Aulenti for Artemide, 1960s
Designed by Gae Aulenti for Artemide in 1969, it consists of a painted metal base, perforated metal and an opaline glass shade. This lamp features dual lighting: you can choose to illuminate only the glass globe, or also the metal structure. Elegant, simple and functional: a true icon of Italian design.
Pair of armchairs by Koloman Moser, early 20th century
Designed by Koloman Moser, these small armchairs represent the spirit of the Viennese Secession in the field of interior design: abandoning the decorativism one easily thinks of when talking about the Viennese Secession (did anyone mention Klimt?), they embrace a more linear and functional conception in furniture. These armchairs have a practical shape that allows for everyday use, but at the same time they are elegant and with a refined form: an authentic work of art to be experienced day by day.
6 CAB 412 chairs by Mario Bellini for Cassina, 1980s
The flagship of the Cassina collection, to this day the CAB is one of the iconic pieces of Italian design purchased around the world. What characterizes these chairs is the almost sartorial look of the upholstery: the thin steel skeleton is covered with 21 perfectly shaped pieces of leather closed by zippers, like real sartorial clothes.
Mirror with inlaid wooden frame with gold leaf finish, 19th century
This marvelous wall mirror has a rich solid wood frame gilded with gold leaf, with molding around the mirror plate showing a garland of leaf details, extended even along the bottom edge. The very romantic marks of time on the mirror are to be appreciated: they give an elegant and unique look, a nostalgic vagueness to even the most modern interiors.
Floor lamp by Luigi Bandini Buti for Kartell, 1960s
A double plexiglass sphere and a practical (yet fun) up-and-down mechanism to adjust the height of the luminous globe: this lamp fully represents the Space Age period with its rounded shapes and playful design. A versatile element that can create contrast in more classic settings but also fit perfectly into a minimal, modern decor.
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