ART DECO PAIR OF EXCEPTIONAL CABINETS / SIDEBORDS FROM COSULICH NEW YORK

Exceptional hand made late 1930s Art Deco pair of Italian glass
cabinets / sideboards, the whole surround is in opaline black glass, the front decorated with a precious pure gold leaf glass geometric pattern, on a stepped glass and bronze base showing high quality of craftsmanship.

The design of this pair is particularly attractive for the rounded front sides that are highlighted with bronze lines skillfully encased in the glass.
The interior is divided in two, each part with a shelf.


Dimensions: Height: 33.75, Width: 53, Depth: 17.5
List Price: $22,000

Glen Lusby

Glen Lusby

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