This attractive black sideboard, designed in the 1970s by the iconic Willy Rizzo for Mario Sabot, is an arresting example of Italian design. Two regular doors flank a pull-down door, each finished with a circular chrome eyelet handle. The two side doors open to reveal a single shelf, whilst the middle panel houses a drinks cabinet with three pull-out drawers at the top. The chrome triangular corners complete the piece. Made in Rizzo’s signature style of sleek and solid modernist lines, this sideboard would be an excellent addition to any room in the home due to its versatility. There is a plug on the back, which connects to an internal light. The plug for this can be re-wired to whichever plug you desire, depending on your location. WEAR: Wear consistent with age and use. Some small discolouration, scratches, and wear that isn’t hugely noticeable. Towards the bottom right of sideboard there is slight peeling to the melamine. One scratch on the right-hand door that isn’t visible in the pictures.
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