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Italian Art Deco Bedroom Set by Osvaldo Borsani

Italian Art Deco Bedroom Set by Osvaldo Borsani


Italian Art Deco Bedroom Set by Osvaldo Borsani


Osvaldo Borsani was an Italian architect and furniture designer. Born in Milan in 1911.

In 1933 he participated in the fifth Triennale of Milan with the design for the  “ Minimal House”, which was awarded the silver medal. In the post-war period

The suite -

Carved Walnut & Walnut Veneer
Triple Door Armoire with Central Mirror 

Clothes Hanging Rail & Shelves
Female Carved Figurines to Side Doors & Bed
Pair of Bedside Cabinets 

Dressing Table

Chest of Drawers with Mirror

Super King Size Bed with Carvings of Females & Putti

Cylindrical Column & Cube Design in the true form of Art Deco

Triple Door Armoire 200 x 200 x 60cm
Bed - Mattress 180 x 200cm
Headboard 142 FB 75cm
Bedside Cabinets 70 x 40 x 36cm

Dressing Table with Mirror 150 x 115 x 38cm

Chest of Drawers with Mirror 160 x 130 x 60

Original Good Condition, Repair to the veneer on the side panel of the Armoire



Art Decò (1920-1950):
The name Art-Decò derives from the exhibition held in Paris in 1925 which was called the International Exhibition of Modern Decorative Arts and was the successor of the Liberty style. Historical stylistic period formed after the Liberty floral period shortly after the end of the First World War. An almost radical change anticipated by the growth of the Precisionist movement and that of Cubism (in art), the Art-Decò furnishings were characterized by decidedly more rigid lines and geometric figures, definitively abandoning the sinuous and moved lines of objects and furnishings of the previous Liberty period. It was established from the dawn of 1915 until the early 1930s.


All our items are treated for any previous signs of furniture beetle as a precautionary measure.

The set is dismantled for ease of transportation, easy to reconstruct.

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