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Creator: Emilio Scanavino
'La scala' by Emilio Scanavino scultura a parete in fusione di metallo argentato
By Emilio Scanavino
Located in Milan, IT
Scultura 'La Scala' di Emilio Scanavino firmata e numerata. In basso a sinistra è riportata la firma dell'artista a destra è presente la numerazione dell'opera, questa è la numero 1...
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1950s Italian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Emilio Scanavino

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Metal

Mid-Century Modern, Lithograph n.15/20 by Emilio Scanavino
By Emilio Scanavino
Located in Milan, IT
Mid-Century Modern, Lithograph n.15/20 by Emilio Scanavino. The work was created around the 1970s, and it is part of a cycle of 20 lithographs. The use of few colors enhances the work
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1970s Italian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Emilio Scanavino

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Paper

Ceramic vase by Emilio Scanavino n.21/50 1972 exclusively for Motta
By Emilio Scanavino
Located in Milan, IT
Ceramic vase by Emilio Scanavino n.21/50 1972 exclusively for Motta. The ceramic vase was painted by Emilio Scanavino in 1972, it is part of a collection of 50 pieces. It's number 21...
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1970s Italian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Emilio Scanavino

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Ceramic

Lacquered Ceramic Sculpture "Pane Con Contenitore" Emilio Scanavino, Italy, 1974
By Emilio Scanavino, Cedit Ceramiche 1
Located in Rome, IT
Multiple sculpture by the Italian artist Emilio Scanavino (1922-1986) "Pane con contenitore" (Bread with box) made of lacquered ceramic. Variant with black box. The box is a little b...
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1970s Italian Futurist Vintage Emilio Scanavino

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Ceramic

Set of Three Ceramic Pieces by Emilio Scanavino for Cedit, Italy, 1970s
By Emilio Scanavino, Cedit Ceramiche 1
Located in Milan, IT
Set of three different ceramic pieces decorated by Emilio Scanavino for Cedit. Part of a limited numbered edition, these pieces feature different shapes and decorations.
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1970s Italian Vintage Emilio Scanavino

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Ceramic

Emilio Scanavino, Painted Ceramic, Italy
By Emilio Scanavino
Located in Sharon, CT
Hand-painted and thrown ceramic by this important Italian Abstract Expressionist artist.
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Mid-20th Century Italian Mid-Century Modern Emilio Scanavino

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Ceramic

Set of Two Ceramic Centerpieces by Emilio Scanavino for Cedit, Italy, 1970s
By Emilio Scanavino, Cedit Ceramiche 1
Located in Milan, IT
Rare set of two ceramic centerpieces by Emilio Scanavino for Cedit. Different shapes and decorations, this set features a limited/numbered edition piece. Size refers to the largest...
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1970s Italian Modern Vintage Emilio Scanavino

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Ceramic

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White Ceramic Fruit Basket, Italy, 1970s
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Previously Available Items
Italian Ceramic Bowl by Emilio Scanavino from the 1960
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Ceramic bowl by Emilio Scanavino from the 1960s Ø 17 cm, h 8.5 cm.
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Modern Framework Painted in Oil Signed and Dated Scanavino 1963
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MODERN FRAMEWORK PAINTED IN OIL SIGNED AND DATED SCANAVINO 1963 Modern oil painting on cardboard signed and dated Scanavino 1963 We guarantee it to be authentic Measurements: 69 x 52 cm + frame 80 x 63 cm Scanavino Emilio...
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Emilio Scanavino furniture for sale on 1stDibs.

Emilio Scanavino furniture are available for sale on 1stDibs. These distinctive items are frequently made of ceramic and are designed with extraordinary care. There are many options to choose from in our collection of Emilio Scanavino furniture, although gray editions of this piece are particularly popular. Many of the original furniture by Emilio Scanavino were created in the mid-century modern style in italy during the 20th century. If you’re looking for additional options, many customers also consider furniture by Up&Up, Giorgio De Chirico, and Carmelo Cappello. Prices for Emilio Scanavino furniture can differ depending upon size, time period and other attributes — on 1stDibs, these items begin at $445 and can go as high as $25,000, while a piece like these, on average, fetch $1,669.

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