Beautiful vintage wood and glass sideboard from the 1950s, of fine Italian manufacture. The frame is made entirely of wood, with hard and simple lines; supporting it are 4 very sturdy and strong rigid and spiked legs. The main body consists of a long wooden rectangle, with five doors that can be opened by brass keys, with very soft and beautiful wood grain. The central door is designed to act as a bar cabinet, in fact there are mirrors and shelves for storing drinks. Very elegant. It opens outward, not sideways like all the others. Above this central body stands majestically a stunning figurative glass: there is a woman and a man, who would appear to be peasants, looking fascinated and concerned at a scene of war at sea. In fact, in the distance we see a ship about to approach the shore. On the shore we see a man, probably a soldier from the fleet, trying to defend his beach. The sideboard is suitable for living rooms or important dining rooms, but also for eccentric bar corners.
Height: 135 cm (53.14 in.)
Width: 220,5 cm (86.81 in.)
Depth: 47 cm (18.50 in.)
The sideboard is in good original vintage condition, with slight scratches and light wear from time and use. The glass is intact, brass in first patina.