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Italian Design Pair of Maple Wood Chairs by Malatesta and Masson, Italy, 1950s
By Malatesta and Mason
Located in Paris, FR
Sculptural pair of armchairs by Malatesta & Masson, Italy, circa 1950. Maple wood and golden ivory upholstery (Pierre Frey).   
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1950s Italian Vintage Malatesta and Mason Furniture

Materials

Wood

Malatesta and Mason Pair of Sculptural Armchairs in Walnut, Italy, Early 1950s
By Malatesta and Mason
Located in The Hague, NL
These sculptural armchairs were produced by Malatesta and Mason in Rome in the early 1950s. The elegant, organically shaped frames are complemented by the dynamically flowing line of...
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1950s Italian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Malatesta and Mason Furniture

Materials

Fabric, Wool, Upholstery, Walnut

Malatesta and Mason Pair of Sculptural Armchairs
By Malatesta and Mason
Located in New York, NY
Malatesta and Mason pair of sculptural armchairs consisting of upholstered high backs and seats and curved figural wood arms and legs. These organically sinuous armchairs exemplify t...
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1950s Italian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Malatesta and Mason Furniture

Materials

Fabric, Oak

Mid-Century Modern Single Armchairs Manufactured by Malatesta and Mason, 1960s
By Malatesta and Mason, Mobili Pizzetti
Located in Milano, IT
Single armchairs manufactured by Malatesta and Mason with Pizzetti in Roma, in vintage original condition must be reupholstered. Literature: Charlotte and Peter Fiell, 1950s Decora...
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1960s Italian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Malatesta and Mason Furniture

Materials

Wood

1950s Pair of Sculptural Armchairs in Walnut for Malatesta and Mason
By Malatesta and Mason
Located in Amstelveen, Noord
These sculptural armchairs were produced by Malatesta and Mason in Rome in the early 1950s. The elegant, organically shaped frames are complemented by the dynamically flowing line of...
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Mid-20th Century Italian Mid-Century Modern Malatesta and Mason Furniture

Materials

Teak

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Pair of Armchairs by Malatesta and Masson, 1950
By Malatesta and Mason
Located in Paris, FR
Sculptural pair of armchairs by Malatesta & Masson, Italy, circa 1950. Walnut wood and grey velvet upholstery. Label on backs.
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1950s Italian Vintage Malatesta and Mason Furniture

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  • Pair of Armchairs by Malatesta and Masson, 1950
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  • Pair of Armchairs by Malatesta and Masson, 1950
  • Pair of Armchairs by Malatesta and Masson, 1950
H 33.08 in. W 18.51 in. D 21.26 in.
Italian Armchairs By Malatesta & Masson
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Elegant and ethereal armchairs with Dali'esque wavy wood arms.
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  • Italian Armchairs By Malatesta & Masson
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  • Italian Armchairs By Malatesta & Masson
  • Italian Armchairs By Malatesta & Masson
H 32 in. W 23 in. D 24 in.
Italian 60s Sofa by Malatesta & Masson
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Sexy sofa by Malatesta & Masson. Just the right curve makes this the perfect choice for you.
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H 32 in. W 23 in. D 24 in.