Home Furniture | Vintage Serving Cart Attributed to Angelo De Baggis and Ico Parisi, Italy, 1950s ZE06706
This vintage serving cart is an elegant piece of design furniture manufactured by Angelo De Baggis in the 1950s very likely on a project by Ico Parisi. Wooden chariot with two glass shelves. A clean and refined design. Dimensions: cm 76 x 90 x 45. Very good condition. Ico Parisi (Palermo, 1916-Como, 1996) was an Italian architect and designer, considered as one of the most important figures of the 20th century design. His activity, characterized by continuous experimentation, was a tireless research through architecture, art and design. The crucial encounters with Bruno Munari, Lucio Fontana and Fausto Melotti deeply mark his life and work, circa 1950s, he founded, with his wife Luisa Aiani, the studio La Ruera which will cease its activity in 1995. Parisi won the Gold Medal at the 10th Milan Triennale with his work Pavilion Soggiorno.
35.43ʺW × 17.72ʺD × 29.92ʺH
Vintage, Antique or Pre-owned
Good Condition, Unknown, Some Imperfections
Good — This vintage item remains fully functional, but it shows sign of age through scuffs, dings, faded finishes, minimal …moreGood — This vintage item remains fully functional, but it shows sign of age through scuffs, dings, faded finishes, minimal upholstery defects, or visible repairs\. Please note that an additional handling period of up to 4 weeks may apply to this item less