ASTI, Italy – Nova Ars Auction will offer an interesting collection of decorative arts of the 20th century in an online-only auction Tuesday, Nov. 7. The auction consists of more than 100 lots of ceramic and glass items, furniture, lamps and chandeliers, with many objects made in Italy. Absentee and Internet bidding is available through LiveAuctioneers.
Topping the highlights is a pair of Silvio Cavatorta standing night tables (above) from the 1950s. Constructed of wood, brass and steel, the tables are expected to sell for €1,500-€1,600 ($1,747-$1,864).
A set of four Gastone Rinaldi “Pan Am” chairs by RIMA is estimated at €1,200,00-€1,500. The chromed metal chairs (below) retain their original cognac colored leather upholstery.
Architect Marco Zanuso (1916-2001) was a leading player of Milan’s postwar generation of designers and excelled in seating. One of his Lambda chairs by Gavina, circa 1964, is presented in this auction with a €1,000-€1,200 estimate.
A Carlo Nason table lamp composed of three Murano glass elements is a testament to the space age. The lamp measures 12 inches high by 18.4 inches in diameter (est. €1,200-€1,500.)
Luciano Nustrini’s award-winning Poltronova stool of curved plywood and steel, circa 1957, has an €800–€1,000.
For details contact Valeria Valles at Nova Ars: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone
+39 328 9667353.