Rossi Antiques

71 Williams Ave
San Francisco, CA 94124
United States


Member of the following market(s): San Francisco
          The Rossi Company strives to provide to the outmost discriminating high end consumer, with the finest-individualized work, high-quality furniture and objects of art. While so doing, centuries of old manufacturing techniques are preserved along with the skillful and sustainable use of fine-noble woods and rare exotic materials.

Rossi Company trajectory and purpose.
              Rossi Antiques was funded in San Francisco, following the vision of Luis Rossi, an immigrant from Argentina in 1983, after many years of training in Italy and Latino America. As expected, the old-style European-wood manufacturing shop, using Master Skilled Workers and their Apprentices was his model of choice. The Company focused at that point, primarily in the restoration of fine rare antique furniture and objects of art, focusing on XVII century pieces. To be able to satisfy such intricate projects a team was drawn together composed of Carvers, French polishers, Ebanists, Gold-Leaf-Artists, Painters and old school Mirror Labors, among others… Nationally recognized Interior Design Firms, members of traditional families and numerous Patrons of the Arts, noticed the quality and exquisite work remaining faithful clients of Rossi’s, to these days. Was in 1997 that LxRossi, an élite- line of furniture was introduced and distributed through more than ten Trade-Showrooms which have represented the brand’s products in a constellation of U.S cities such as: New York, Dallas, Huston, Chicago, Dania, Los Angeles and of course,  in its home: San Francisco. Also placing LxRossi-product sold in many cases to end users based in Europe, Asia and South America.
          The productive cord of the Rossi Company was sustained by the creative strength of his founder Luis Rossi, who through more than thirty years was able to secure three U.S patents, for his inventive furniture productions:
•	A manually-expandable table named, Tavolo Trastevere his artistically and innovative signature piece.
•	A framed –two way-mirror that efficiently and tastefully conceals a flat TV. 
•	An expandable –motorized table( which could be operated with a remote control) called ” Evolution Table”, the sprouting result of a prolonged study of the original  mechanical work used on the novel 1997 design: Tavolo Trastevere. All patented pieces had proper documented credits given by Trade Media outlets and supported by a heavy client-demand.        
Library Table 25% Off Sale Price: $ 12,000
Set of six Danish Dining Chairs H 32 in W 21 in D 22 in $ 4,800
Spanish Desk H 29 in W 35 in D 18 in $ 4,000
Italian Desk / Secretarie 25% Off Sale Price: $ 12,000
Mirror Coffee Table H 20 in W 35 in D 55 in $ 6,450
Chinese Table 25% Off Sale Price: $ 1,463
Arquitectural Drawing Desk 25% Off Sale Price: $ 6,750
Pair of Art Deco Floor Lamps H 74 in W 22 in D 17 in $ 4,960
Aged Mirror Cabinet H 34 in W 54 in D 60 in $ 9,375
Aged Mirror Side Table H 29 in W 44 in D 20 in $ 4,980
Contemporary Walnut Buffet H 36 in W 66 in D 22 in $ 4,480
Art Deco Style Coffee Table H 20 in W 59 in D 30 in $ 3,950
Pair of Four Panel Mirror Screen H 96 in W 96 in D 1 in $ 7,750
Art Deco Style Cocktail Table H 19 in W 53 in D 35 in $ 6,780
Harlequin Tuscan Walnut Chair H 56 in W 23 in D 17 in $ 2,000
Walnut Dresser H 32 in W 65 in D 18 in $ 4,500
Vintage Japanese Tansu Chest 25% Off Sale Price: $ 1,425
Italian Walnut Credenza 25% Off Sale Price: $ 12,750
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