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Pair of Italian Consoles Attributed to Cesare Lacca

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  • 1950s Cesare Lacca Mid-century Modern Wood and Glass Italian Console
    By Cesare Lacca
    Located in Aci Castello, IT
    This Console designed by Cesare Lacca epitomizes the sleek and minimalist design aesthetic characteristic of the era, combined with the craftsmanship and elegance synonymous with Ita...
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    Mid-20th Century Italian Mid-Century Modern Console Tables

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    Brass, Iron

  • Italian Midcentury Vanity Console Table Cesare Lacca Style with Large Mirror
    By Cesare Lacca
    Located in Philadelphia, PA
    Vanity console table with mirror, 1950s Cesare Lacca manner, Large unusually shaped mirror with bronze fittings. Console table with centre drawer with beige glass and brass handle. E...
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    Mid-20th Century European Mid-Century Modern Console Tables

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  • Trolley Attributed to Cesare Lacca Produced in Italy
    By Cesare Lacca
    Located in Limhamn, Skåne län
    Rare trolley attributed to Cesare Lacca. Produced in Italy.
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    Vintage 1960s Italian Mid-Century Modern Carts and Bar Carts

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    Brass

  • Vintage Cart Attributed to Cesare Lacca, Italy, 1950s
    By Cesare Lacca
    Located in Roma, IT
    Vintage Cart is an original design item attributed to the Italian designer Cesare Lacca in the 1950s. A wooden brass bar cart with shelves glass. Th...
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    Vintage 1950s Italian Carts and Bar Carts

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    Brass

  • Serving Cart Attributed to Cesare Lacca
    By Cesare Lacca
    Located in New York, NY
    Interesting serving or bar car, attributed to Cesare Lacca. The top two trays re removable to serve your guests drinks etc. Wood with brass trim and accents.
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    Vintage 1950s Italian Mid-Century Modern Carts and Bar Carts

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    Brass

  • Circular Table Attributed to Cesare Lacca
    By Cesare Lacca
    Located in Henley-on Thames, Oxfordshire
    Circular Brass, glass and steel tripod low table attributed to Cesare Lacca. Italy 1950s Cesare Lacca. Born in Naples in 1929, Italian architect and designer Cesare Lacca created countless furniture and metal objects during the 1950s. Although information about his private and professional life is scarce, there are reliable enough sources to document his elegant brass designs – work for which the designer is best known. Like many Italian designers of the 20th century, Lacca moved to Milan after World War II to launch his career. Before the age of 21, Lacca was selected by a group of American curators to be part of the world-famous Italy at Work exhibition, which toured 12 American museums between 1950 and 1953 – the first major Italian design exhibition outside of Italy. The exhibition collects and exhibits the work of the most talented and prominent Italian designers who embrace and develop modernist principles, revolutionizing the Italian artisan tradition, including Carlo Mollino, Franco Albini, and Gio Ponti Lacca designs over the course of his career a large number of tea and service carts (which correspond to most of his pieces available on today’s market), coffee tables, and magazine racks. The designer’s most iconic trolley, produced by the Italian Cassina, is characterized by several carved wood, and brass details, with glass shelf and removable, usable as a tray. In addition to his carts, Lacca is also known for creating high-backed armchairs, which are regularly included in Arredoluce’s advertisements for Angelo Lelli’s lighting...
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    20th Century Italian Mid-Century Modern Tables

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    Brass

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