Set of 5 Gio Ponti Italian Mid-Century Beige Upholstered Dining Side Chairs

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Item #: REG4064

SET of 5 Italian Mid-Century dining / side chairs with wooden frames having an openwork design back rail and upholstered in a textured beige fabric and resting on four square legs connected with a side stretcher. (GIO PONTI) (PRICED AS SET).

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Set of 5 Gio Ponti Italian Mid-Century Beige Upholstered Dining Side Chairs

SET of 5 Italian Mid-Century dining / side chairs with wooden frames having an openwork design back rail and upholstered in a textured beige fabric and resting on four square legs connected with a side stretcher. (GIO PONTI) (PRICED AS SET)

DETAILS

Sku:  REG4064
Ships From: New York, NY
Creator: Gio Ponti

DIMENSIONS (INCHES)

Width:  18.0"
Height: 35.5"
Depth : 20.5"

INFO

Style:  Mid-Century
Materials & Techniques: Fabric, upholstered, velour, wood
Category: Seating, Office/Library, Dining Room
Condition: As is: Distressed and stained upholstery with wearing and tears, degradation to upholstery foam. Four chairs stripped of finish; 1 with finsh.
Good; Wear consistent with age and use

About Gio Ponti

Gio Ponti (1891-1979) was an Italian architect, designer, and artist who made significant contributions to the field of furniture and decorative arts. Born in Milan, Italy, Ponti's career spanned over six decades and he is widely regarded as one of the most influential figures in modern Italian design.

Ponti initially studied architecture at the Politecnico di Milano, where he graduated in 1921. He soon established his own architectural practice in Milan and began designing a wide range of buildings, including private residences, office buildings, and public spaces. His architectural style was characterized by a combination of traditional Italian craftsmanship and modernist principles, resulting in buildings that were both functional and aesthetically pleasing.

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