Limited edition release with metal tag indicating 2/99 "Part of a series of striking pieces designed by Adolfo Natalini, this secretary desk was entirely made in cherrywood with a dark finishing. The collapsible desk hides an ample shelved space, while the bottom consists of four storage or display areas resting on a plinth base. The uniqueness of this piece is in the two slender legs, which support the desk when opened, and connects with the rest of the structure with two exquisite bronze sculptures representing two hands holding on a stick." Comes with working lock and key. The current production version of this desk retails for $18,320. Hand sculptures reminiscent of the works of Andre Arbus. Desk measures 47" H x 33" W x 23" D. 31.5" Deep with drop front down. Drop front writing surface approx 30.5" H.
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- Place of origin
- Date of manufactureLate 20th Century
- Materials and techniques
- ConditionGood. Sun fading to original finish at the front and rear. Minor dings to drop down surface..
- WearWear consistent with age and use.
H 47 in. x W 33 in. x D 23 in.
H 119.38 cm x W 83.82 cm x D 58.42 cm
- Seller locationPhiladelphia, PA
- Reference numberLU93419256043
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