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We are offering two Venini glass catalogues here, firstly there is a Christie's sale catalogue of the August Warnecke Collection dated November 2012, with 140 lots, all photographed in colour with main descriptions in French and secondary descriptions in English. Most of the collection was assigned to mid-20th century production and was designed by Paulo Venini himself and the likes of Carlo Scarpa, Gio Ponti and Fulvio Bianconi. The second catalogue is Venini glass objects 2000, which is…

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A rare and iconic lounge chair / wingback chair designed by Gio Ponti. Produced by Cassina in the 1950s. The design captures the quintessence of Italian midcentury design. This chair is sold with a certificate of authenticity from the Gio Ponti Archives. Other Italian designers of the period include Ico Parisi, Franco Albini, Carlo Mollino, Paolo Buffa, and Osvaldo Borsani.

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Stylish midcentury end table, magazine stand in the style of Carlo DiCarli, Cesare Lacca, and Gio Ponti. The stand has a solid wood frame, glass table surface, and brass rod dividers. This example is in very good, original condition, showing some cosmetic wear and a small chip to the foot ( see images ). Stamped Made in Italy - circa 1950s. Total H inc handle 24 x H to top of shelf surface 17.5 inches.

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A pair of lounge chairs / armchairs from the important Radio Audizioni Italiane Auditorium commission in Turin, Designed by Carlo Mollino in 1952. In brass and red velvet, with its original marks. Seats are foldable. This pair stems from the legendary Italian collector Fulvio Ferrari, Turin. Other designers of the period working in the organic style include Gio Ponti, Franco Albini, Paolo Buffa, and Jean Royere.

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Coffee low cocktail table in wood and glass top. Nice architect work from the 70s. In the mood of Gio Ponti, Gianfranco Frattini, Cassina, Osvaldo Borsani, Joe Colombo, Vico Magistretti, Ico Luisa Parisi, Mario Bellini, Tito Agnoli, Afra Tobia Carlo Scarpa, Luciano Frigerio, Sporiti, Marco Zanuso, Giulio Moscatelli, Formanova.

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Pair of large armchairs or leaf chairs attributed to Paolo Pallucco. Fully upholstered in bouclé fabric. Famous design like Gio Ponti, Gianfranco Frattini, Cassina, Osvaldo Borsani, Joe Colombo, 1970s, Vico Magistretti, Ico Luisa Parisi, Mario Bellini, Tito Agnoli, Afra Tobia Carlo Scarpa, Luciano Frigerio, Sporiti, Marco Zanuso, Giulio Moscatelli, Formanova, Peter Shire, Ettore Sottsass.

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This large bi-color glass chandelier was designed by Carlo Scarpa for Venini in the 1950s. It features abstract diamond forms with faceted sides in blown glass. Up to 250V (Europe/UK Standard).The wiring of this item may be original and might need replacement, if not specified otherwise.

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An iconic and rare double dresser / cabinet. Designed by Gio Ponti in his signature style where the grips of the drawers form a highly modernist ornamentation. Production of studio-level quality carried out in the 1950s by M. Singer & Sons, New York, America. Labeled. Other designers of the period include Ico Parisi, Jean Royere, Paolo Buffa and Carlo Mollino.

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Around 1930 Gio Ponti gave Paolo Venini some sketches for glass obelisks. Shortly thereafter Carlo Scarpa designed for Venini a torqued obelisk in transparent diamante glass -- so named because its ropy diagonal striations crisscross to take on a diamond-like appearance. The diamante line was launched at the 1934 Venice Biennale, and expanded for the 1936 Milan Triennale. Until then Venini had been celebrated for colored glass, but now they were giving the makers who were celebrated for…

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