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Large sideboard - Belgium 1940

Large sideboard, stained solid oak wood with oak veneer, shellac finishing, two large column feet, four doors with light oak interiors with...

Ref.: ECDB

9 500,00 €

Art Deco sideboard - Italy 1930

Art Deco sideboard, solid wood with birdseye maple veneer, solid rosewood and rosewood veneer (inside and outside), french polish. Two doors...

Ref.: EADI

8 500,00 €

Art deco sideboard - France 1930

Art deco sideboard with two doors, solids mahogany and oak structure, Rio rosewood veneer, french polish. Nickel plated solid brass handles and...

Ref.: BAD01

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Three doors sideboard - Italy 1950

Three doors sideboard, ash wood structure with solid ash stands, peeled ash veneer for body and doors, satiny shellac finishing. Thick original...

Ref.: EI50

6 800,00 €

Sideboard by Paolo Buffa - Italy 1940

Sideboard in blackened and brushed oak, waxed shellac finition, four doors and shelves.

Design: Paolo Buffa

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Ref.: EEPB

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Spectacular Art Deco sideboard

Spectacular Art Deco sideboard of high quality, coming from a hotel in Prague, 2 doors and 4 drawers in walnut, black stained walnut and nickel...

Ref.: SBAD

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Art Deco storage cabinet - France 1930

Extraordinary Art Deco storage cabinet-bookcase, solid mahogany with India rosewood veneer outside and sycamore inside with a wide base, french...

Ref.: MBAD

12 000,00 €

Sideboard in bubinga - France 1940

Sideboard with three doors, solid bubinga with bubinga veneer. Doors decoration in carved maple with doves, church tower and vegetal patterns....

Ref.: ECFN

6 000,00 €

Sideboard three doors - France 1940

Sideboard with three doors, solid bubinga with bubinga veneer. Doors decoration in carved maple with doves, church tower and vegetal patterns....

Ref.: ECFM

7 500,00 €

Dry bar by Ico Parisi - 1955

Dry bar, rosewood veneer, glass flap door, two small drawers inside, brass handles.

Design: Ico Parisi

Italy 1955

Ref.: MSPP

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