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Beauty in Diaphanous Gown by Angelo Asti, Signed Oil Painting
By Angelo Asti
Located in New York, NY
Beauty in Diaphanous Gown by Angelo Asti Title: Beauty in Diaphanous Gown Artist: Angelo Asti (1847-1903) Origin: Italian Medium: Oil on canvas Signature: Signed "A. Asti" L/R ...
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Antique Late 19th Century Italian Paintings

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Canvas

Painted Porcelain and Hand Carved, Gold Leaf Wood Frame, Signed "Épanouissement"
By Angelo Asti
Located in Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires
Painted porcelain and hand carved, gold leaf wood frame, signed "Épanouissement", Vienna, circa 1890.
Category

Antique Late 19th Century Austrian Vienna Secession Decorative Art

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Gold Leaf

Angelo Mangiarotti Marble Ashtray for Knoll
By Up & Up, Angelo Mangiarotti, Sergio Asti, Knoll
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Marble ashtray by Angelo Mangiarotti for Knoll, Italy, c.1960s. Round ashtray made of a gorgeous marble with dark, earthy tones. Its design features a classic Mangioretti detail - th...
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Vintage 1970s Italian Mid-Century Modern Decorative Bowls

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Marble

Italian Marble Bowl, circa 1975
By Sergio Asti, Angelo Mangiarotti
Located in Costa Mesa, CA
Italian marble bowl, circa 1975.
Category

20th Century Italian Mid-Century Modern Decorative Bowls

Materials

Marble

Italian White Marble Bowl / Ashtray, circa 1975
By Sergio Asti, Angelo Mangiarotti
Located in Costa Mesa, CA
Italian White Marble Bowl / Ashtray, circa 1975.
Category

20th Century Italian Mid-Century Modern Decorative Bowls

Materials

Marble

Italian White Marble Bowl / Ashtray, circa 1975
By Angelo Mangiarotti, Sergio Asti
Located in Costa Mesa, CA
Italian White Marble Bowl / Ashtray, circa 1975.
Category

20th Century Italian Mid-Century Modern Decorative Bowls

Materials

Marble

Italian White Marble Bowl / Ashtray, circa 1975
By Angelo Mangiarotti, Sergio Asti
Located in Costa Mesa, CA
Italian White Marble Bowl / Ashtray, circa 1975.
Category

20th Century Italian Mid-Century Modern Decorative Bowls

Materials

Marble

Italian Marble Bowl, circa 1975
By Angelo Mangiarotti, Sergio Asti
Located in Costa Mesa, CA
Italian marble bowl, circa 1975.
Category

20th Century Italian Modern Decorative Bowls

Materials

Stone, Marble

Postmodern Marble Box circa 1980
By Angelo Mangiarotti, Sergio Asti
Located in Costa Mesa, CA
Postmodern Lidded Marble Box circa 1980.
Category

20th Century Italian Modern Decorative Boxes

Materials

Marble

  • Postmodern Marble Box circa 1980
  • Postmodern Marble Box circa 1980
  • Postmodern Marble Box circa 1980
  • Postmodern Marble Box circa 1980
H 1.88 in. W 5.82 in. D 4.25 in.
Postmodern Marble Box circa 1980
By Sergio Asti, Angelo Mangiarotti
Located in Costa Mesa, CA
Postmodern Marble Box circa 1980
Category

20th Century Italian Modern Decorative Boxes

Materials

Stone, Marble

  • Postmodern Marble Box circa 1980
  • Postmodern Marble Box circa 1980
  • Postmodern Marble Box circa 1980
  • Postmodern Marble Box circa 1980
H 2.13 in. W 5 in. D 4.13 in.
Postmodern Green Marble Votive Candleholder, circa 1980
By Angelo Mangiarotti, Sergio Asti
Located in Costa Mesa, CA
Postmodern green marble votive candleholder, circa 1980.
Category

20th Century Italian Modern More Candle Holders

Materials

Marble

Italian White Marble Bowl / Ashtray, circa 1975
By Angelo Mangiarotti, Sergio Asti
Located in Costa Mesa, CA
Italian White Marble Bowl / Ashtray, circa 1975.
Category

20th Century Italian Mid-Century Modern Decorative Bowls

Materials

Marble

Postmodern Green Marble Votive Candleholder, circa 1980
By Sergio Asti, Angelo Mangiarotti
Located in Costa Mesa, CA
Postmodern green marble votive candleholder, circa 1980.
Category

20th Century Italian Post-Modern More Candle Holders

Materials

Marble

Italian Marble Bowl, circa 1975
By Sergio Asti, Angelo Mangiarotti
Located in Costa Mesa, CA
Italian marble bowl, circa 1975.
Category

20th Century Italian Modern Decorative Bowls

Materials

Marble

Barovier Mid-Century Modern Italian Murano Glass Lamp
By Salviati, Barovier&Toso, Barovier, Angelo Barovier, Sergio Asti
Located in Houston, TX
Striking Mid-Century Modern murano glass lamp 28.25" H with alternating orange and white vertical stripes mounted on an acrylic base. This gorgeous Hollywood Regency murano glass lam...
Category

Vintage 1960s Italian Mid-Century Modern Table Lamps

Materials

Acrylic, Blown Glass

Fratelli Mannelli Travertine Ashtray with Metal Dish
By Raymor, Fratelli Mannelli, Angelo Mangiarotti, Sergio Asti, Fratelli Manelli
Located in Los Angeles, CA
A tire shaped round travertine ashtray by Fratelli Mannelli, Italy, circa 1970s, has a honed to a matte finish and with a scooped metal dish that sits in a recess in its center. It h...
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Vintage 1970s Italian Mid-Century Modern Ashtrays

Materials

Travertine, Metal

Sergio Asti Style Nero Marquina Marble Bowl
By Knoll, Up & Up, Sergio Asti, Angelo Mangiarotti
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Sergio Asti style black marble bowl, Spain, circa 1970s. The hand carved object is made from Nero Marquina marble, a black marble with bright contrasting veining that is indigenous t...
Category

Vintage 1970s Spanish Post-Modern Decorative Dishes and Vide-Poche

Materials

Marble

Postmodern Black Marble Box, circa 1980
By Sergio Asti, Angelo Mangiarotti
Located in Costa Mesa, CA
Postmodern black marble box, circa 1980.
Category

20th Century Italian Modern Decorative Boxes

Materials

Stone, Marble

  • Postmodern Black Marble Box, circa 1980
  • Postmodern Black Marble Box, circa 1980
  • Postmodern Black Marble Box, circa 1980
  • Postmodern Black Marble Box, circa 1980
H 1.75 in. W 5 in. D 4.25 in.
Pair of Black Marble Bookends
By Sergio Asti, Angelo Mangiarotti
Located in Chicago, IL
Pair of solid black marble arched / curved / demilune bookends, Italy.
Category

Vintage 1970s Italian Mid-Century Modern Bookends

Materials

Marble

  • Pair of Black Marble Bookends
  • Pair of Black Marble Bookends
  • Pair of Black Marble Bookends
  • Pair of Black Marble Bookends
H 6 in. W 6 in. D 2 in.
Italian Black Marble Bowl, circa 1975
By Angelo Mangiarotti, Sergio Asti
Located in Costa Mesa, CA
Italian black marble bowl, circa 1975.
Category

20th Century Italian Modern Decorative Bowls

Materials

Marble

Italian Black Marble Bowl, circa 1980
By Sergio Asti, Angelo Mangiarotti
Located in Costa Mesa, CA
Italian black marble bowl, circa 1980.
Category

20th Century Italian Modern Decorative Bowls

Materials

Marble

Postmodern Marble Box, Circa 1980s
By Angelo Mangiarotti, Sergio Asti
Located in Costa Mesa, CA
Postmodern marble box, Circa 1980s.
Category

Vintage 1980s Italian Post-Modern Decorative Boxes

Materials

Marble

  • Postmodern Marble Box, Circa 1980s
  • Postmodern Marble Box, Circa 1980s
  • Postmodern Marble Box, Circa 1980s
  • Postmodern Marble Box, Circa 1980s
H 2.75 in. W 5 in. D 3 in.
Rare Solid Travertine Charger Low Bowl by Di Rosa and Giusti for Up&Up
By Up&Up, Angelo Mangiarotti, Sergio Asti
Located in Chicago, IL
Rare solid travertine centerpiece charger by Egidio Di Rosa and Pier Alessandro Giusti for Up&Up. Excellent condition with natural inclusions within the stone. Unmarked.
Category

Vintage 1970s Italian Mid-Century Modern Decorative Bowls

Materials

Travertine

Fratelli Mannelli Red Marble Tray
By Up & Up, Fratelli Mannelli, Sergio Asti, Angelo Mangiarotti, Fratelli Manelli
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Fratelli Mannelli red marble tray, Italy, circa 1970s. The tray features a flat concave opening that allows it to serve as a vide poche, catchall, or ashtray. Its sleek form and Mini...
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Vintage 1970s Italian Mid-Century Modern Decorative Dishes and Vide-Poche

Materials

Marble

Postmodern Green Marble Vase, circa 1985
By Sergio Asti, Angelo Mangiarotti
Located in Costa Mesa, CA
Postmodern green marble vase, circa 1985.
Category

20th Century Italian Modern Vases

Materials

Marble

Italian Brown Marble Lidded Box, Circa 1980s
By Sergio Asti, Angelo Mangiarotti
Located in Costa Mesa, CA
Italian brown marble lidded box, Circa 1980s.
Category

Vintage 1980s Italian Post-Modern Decorative Boxes

Materials

Marble

  • Italian Brown Marble Lidded Box, Circa 1980s
  • Italian Brown Marble Lidded Box, Circa 1980s
  • Italian Brown Marble Lidded Box, Circa 1980s
  • Italian Brown Marble Lidded Box, Circa 1980s
H 2.13 in. W 5.19 in. D 4.13 in.
Postmodern Black Marble Desk Pen Pencil Holder, circa 1980
By Sergio Asti, Angelo Mangiarotti
Located in Costa Mesa, CA
Postmodern black marble desk pen pencil holder, circa 1980.
Category

20th Century Italian Modern More Desk Accessories

Materials

Marble

Italian Black Marble Lidded Jar circa 1980
By Sergio Asti, Angelo Mangiarotti
Located in Costa Mesa, CA
Italian black marble lidded jar / box, circa 1980.
Category

20th Century Italian Modern Jars

Materials

Marble

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Angelo Asti For Sale on 1stDibs

With a vast inventory of beautiful furniture at 1stDibs, we’ve got just the angelo asti you’re looking for. Frequently made of stone, marble and limestone, every angelo asti was constructed with great care. Your living room may not be complete without a angelo asti — find older editions for sale from the 19th Century and newer versions made as recently as the 20th Century. Each angelo asti bearing Mid-Century Modern or Modern hallmarks is very popular. You’ll likely find more than one angelo asti that is appealing in its simplicity, but Fratelli Manelli, Fratelli Mannelli and Angelo Mangiarotti produced versions that are worth a look.

How Much is a Angelo Asti?

A angelo asti can differ in price owing to various characteristics — the average selling price 1stDibs is $850, while the lowest priced sells for $395 and the highest can go for as much as $8,500.

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