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$ 13,000

Pair of rare "Arcadia" armchairs for Adrasteia

Documentation Documented elsewhere (exact item)
Origin Italy
Period 1950-1979
Materials Bent wood, brass details and upholstery.
Dimensions
W. 26.77 in; H. 35.43 in; D. 32.68 in;
W. 68 cm; H. 90 cm; D. 83 cm;
Condition Good. Newly upholstered in ivory velvet. Patina and oxidation on brass; one very small and superficial crack in the wood (as shown in picture). No structural issues.
Creation Date late 1950s
Number of Pieces 2-3
Description This very rare pair of armchairs was designed by Antonio Scoccimarro, son of the important architect Cesare, for Adrasteia in the late 1950s. The model is called "Arcadia". Adrasteia was a small manufacturer that was active for a short period of time, between the mid 1950s and the early 1960s, which makes them a highly collectible piece.
The armchairs have been newly upholstered in ivory velvet, while the bent wood structure with brass details remains in its untouched original conditions, with patina on brass purposefully left unpolished.
Large in size and extremely comfortable. Published.
Styles / Movements Mid Century, Modern
Book References - I. De Guttry, M. P. Maino, "Il mobile italiano degli anni Quaranta e Cinquanta", Laterza 1992 - G. Gramigna, "Repertorio 1950 - 1980", Mondadori 1985 (for the sofa from the same series)
Incollect Reference Number 326010
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