"Servomuto" Table by Achille Castiglioni

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This 1974 service table by Italian design legend Achille Castiglioni has a central black-enameled stem that serves as a useful carrying handle. Made by the equally legendary Italian company, Zanotta.

The table's top measures 19.7 inches in diameter and is 19.7 inches from the floor; the overall height of the table is 33.9 inches.

Details

  • Condition
    Excellent
  • Dimensions
    33.9 in. H
    86 cm H
  • Diameter
    19.7
  • Seller Location
    Los Angeles, CA
  • Number of Items
    1
  • Reference Number
    LU80911011088
About the Seller

1stdibs seller since 2005

Typical response time: 4 hours

Located in Los Angeles, CA

Associations:
  • 20th Century Specialists

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