9 December 2014
ICO (1916-1996) AND LOUISA (1914-1990) PARISI
AN 'ANIGRE' TABLE, CIRCA 1950
probably executed by Rizzi Cantù, fruitwood and mahogany
30 ¾ in. (78 cm.) high, 72 ¼ in. (183.5 cm.) wide, 33 ½ in. (85 cm.) deep
Primavera Gallery, New York;
Christie's, New York, 16 June 2011, lot 150.
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cf. R. Aloi, Esempi di Arredamento Moderno di Tutto il Mondo, Tavoli Tavolini Carrelli, Milan, 1955, fig. 184 for a comparable example.
This table is most likely a custom commission.
We would like to thank Brian Kish for his assistance in the cataloguing of this table.
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