20th Century Green Italian Pair of Marble Console Tables by Carlo Enrico Rava
A half round, vintage Mid-Century modern Italian pair of wall mounted console tables made of hand crafted metal and polished brass with a green Verdi Alpi marble top, in good condition. The demi-lune end, side tables are standing on two sculptural legs, designed by Carlo Enrico Rava. Wear consistent with age and use. Circa 1950 - 1960, Milan, Italy.
Carlo Enrico Rava was an Italian designer, architect and an avid writer, born in 1903, in Cernobbio, Italy and passed away in 1986. He studied at The Polytechnic University of Milan. After his studies, Raba and six other fellow students formed the Gruppo 7 to create a new kind of architecture design, combining classicism and industrial architecture. Later on 1927, when they build Casa Elettrica, they received international recognition at the exhibition in Stuttgart, Germany. During his life time, he designed many furniture as well as buildings. He worked together with well-known architects, such as Luigi Figini and Enrico Griffini.
Material: Marble, Metal
Details: Polished Brass, Verdi Alpi Marble
Country of Origin: Italy
Dimensions: 34.25" H x 23.25" W x 10.25" D Weight: 120 lbs