8 June 2016
MAX INGRAND (1908-1969)
A MIRROR, MODEL #2046, CIRCA 1956
manufactured by Fontana Arte, glass, nickel-plated brass
35 ½ in. (90 cm.) high, 25 ¼ in. (64 cm.) wide
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Quaderni Fontana Arte, Milan, 1964, n.p. for a mirror of a similar model;
F. Deboni, Fontana Arte, Gio Ponti, Pietro Chiesa, Max Ingrand, Turin, 2012, pl. 417 for a mirror of a similar model.
We would like to thank Brian Kish for his assistance with the cataloguing of this lot.
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