Corso Moncalieri 19 Torino 10131 , Italy Call Seller 39.349.856.2406


Lino Sabattini Decorative Object as Sails in Silvered Metal, 70s

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  • Description
    Lino Sabattini was an Italian artist. He worked at a brassware store, where he also learned metalworking techniques. At the age of 30 he moved to Milan, where he opened a small workshop , equipped with some tools essential to his work. He intensified ties with Gio' Ponti's "Domus" magazine and met architects and students who were students of the designer. A friendship began between Gio' Ponti and Sabattini, which led them to collaborate at the Milan Triennials, Venice Biennials, in a number of publications in magazines around the world and in solo exhibitions in Italy and abroad. In 1964 he became an entrepreneur of his own ideas, creating Argenteria Sabattini.
    Here we have a set of four decorative objects in the shape of a sail made in silvered metal by Sabattini in 70s.
    The biggest one is 28 x 11 x 12 cm; the smallest is 12 x 5 x 4 cm.
    Very good condition, patina of time.
    Presence of the signature as shown in photos.
  • More Information
    Documentation: Signed
    Notes: Engraved signature on one side as shown in photos.
    Origin: Italy
    Period: 1950-1979
    Materials: Silvered metal.
    Condition: Good. Good condition, fully original.
    Creation Date: circa 1970
    Styles / Movements: Modern, Collectible Design, Mid Century
    Patterns: Contemporary/Modern, Modern
    Dealer Reference #: O_250
    Incollect Reference #: 616851
  • Dimensions
    W. 4.33 in; H. 11.02 in; D. 4.72 in;
    W. 11 cm; H. 28 cm; D. 12 cm;
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