Paolo Buffa rosewood sycamore and brass console vanity 1940s
This rare and beautiful vanity designed by Paolo Buffa in Italy in the 1940s imparts a cosy, chic and glowing mood to a space. The warm rosewood remains looking beautiful and smooth eighty plus years later. Elegantly shaped, seating on two curved feet, this dressing console table features three drawers with sycamore wood framing and brass handles, and a large mirror with a sycamore frame. The piece feels delightfully modern for the Art Deco era, and charmingly vintage now. It is a very fine example of high-quality Italian design and craftsmanship by Paolo Buffa, with a beautiful construction and finish. It has been fully restored and revarnished, and is found in a great vintage condition.
Width : 135 cm
Depth : 42 cm
Height : 148 cm