Giuseppe Scapinelli, Angelini & Delneri Sideboard, Brazil 1950s
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Giuseppe Scapinelli, Angelini & Delneri Sideboard, Brazil 1950s

8950

8950

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Impressive large sideboard by Giuseppe Scapinelli, Angelini & Delneri from Brazil, the 1950s. This sideboard has a great design with partially organically worked out wood. The knobs on the doors are made of brass. The legs have an interesting and organic shape and the usage of this shape can be seen in many of his furniture. It has four doors with shelves and in the middle a door with four drawers behind it. The sideboard is in good condition with some wear and tear due to its age.

It is clearly marked with manufacturing labels and several excise stamps demonstrating the authenticity of this piece.

Giuseppe Scapinelli is a Brazilian Mid-Century Designer from São Paulo. He did not use any means of masss production and his furniture alternated and combined elements from Italian classicism, futuristic aerodynamic lines, and biomorphic shapes. He was a multi-artist en by incorporating drawings, paintings and sculptures in glass or ceramic, his work became greatly expressive.

  • Dimensions

    250 cm width x 48 cm depth and 85 cm height

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Styling the Giuseppe Scapinelli

This Brazilian sideboard stands out in any room due to its design and color of the wood. The combination of elegance and functionality makes it easy to combine. Here we styled it within a moody chic setting.

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