Large wardrobe designed by Silvio Cavatorta, Italy 1958. The wardrobe has metal legs, chrome plated. And teak veneered structure. The wardrobe has 5 doors which can be closed, locks are all working. Behind there is storage space for hanging cloths, drawers, there are 2 mirrors on the inside of 2 doors. This is a very useful and functional wardrobe that looks stunning. On the right of the wardrobe there is a scratch mark which is also visible on the pictures. Where the handles are there is some wear from opening and closing. Very nice and high quality piece of Italian design. Difficult to find a nice wardrobe like this. The wardrobe comes fully a part for safe transport and shipping.
Teak, metal, mirror
Holland / Belgium:
150 - 500
950 - 1950
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