20th Century Italian Rosewood, Glass Console Table by Osvaldo Borsani
A dark-brown, vintage Mid-Century modern Italian console table, Atelier di Varedo. Designed by Osvaldo Borsani in good condition. The legs are made of hand carved ebonized Mahogany and Rosewood with detailed brass décor and three drawers, glass top. Wear consistent with age and use. Circa 1940, Milan, Italy.
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Osvaldo Borsani was born in 1911 Varedo, Italy and passed away in 1985 Milan, Italy. He was an Italian architect and designer. Borsani started working at an early age in the family business and in 1953 he founded a company named Tecno with his brother Fulgenzio which later on became a world-leading manufacturer in office designing.
Material: Wood, Glass, Metal
Details: Brass, Mahogany, Rosewood
Country of Origin: Italy
Dimensions: 37" H x 72" W x 17" D