Dividing wooden bookcase designed by Barberis Felice in the 1950s. The structure is entirely made of wood and is supported by two brass columns, intersected by a shaped tempered glass, very elegant and fine. The upper part of the bookcase consists of two compartments with curved and concave doors embellished with two statues, reproducing the Discobolo and the Venere di Milo. The Discobolus was probably created for the city of Sparta and represented an athlete in the act of throwing a discus. The Aphrodite of Milos, better known as Venus de Milo, is one of the most famous Greek statues and represents female beauty. The important bookcase by Barberis Felice can be used on both sides and is suitable for classic and elegant studies or as a bar cabinet.
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