Rare Bar Credenza designed in Italy by Umberto Mascagni from Bologna. Early 1950's three doors cabinet created with reverse painted glass door fronts, two doors featuring a woman walking down the stairs, the central door depicting a glass of liquor. The main body structure is made of solid European wood and is very heavy structured. This piece features cream vinyl trimmed with anodized aluminum. The exterior and the interior of the cabinet is lined in black faux ‘lizzard-skin’ leather and with geometrical patterned grey vinyl. The legs are also finished! Very attractive piece of furniture, Very capacious, Very good Vintage Condition! Glass top to protect vinyl. This whimsical sideboard or bar cabinet is an interesting example of Italian mid-century design. In 1952, Umberto Mascagni created a new way of producing furniture using new materials such as PVC and anodized aluminum. This was provocative considering the market at that time. His furniture was retailed through Harrod's, London 1952-1955. This piece has extra an adjustable mirror for extra effect, very rare!
Matching 250cm Cabinet also available.
Height: 94 (credenza without the mirror)