This vintage sideboard was produced by Galleria Mobili d´Arte Cantù, Italy circa 1948. The piece features a robust woodgrain across the front which also has inlays to the doors and sits on a marble base with interiors in maple. The dressing table is detachable.
- Ceramic fish box manufactured by Gabbianelli Ceramiche d´Arte in Italy in 1966 - This piece was awarded the Premio Palladio edition 1964-1966 at the International Ceramic Salon in Vicenza - Labeled: ´Gabbianelli Art ceramics and furniture modern structures´ - Further labeled ´Premio Palladio 1964-1966 at the International Ceramic Salon, Vicenza´ - Also marked ´Gabbianelli Ceramiche d´Arte´
This week on Car Talk, all good things must come to an end. So, too, must all pieces of junk, as Tommy´s beloved Dodge Dart finally heads to the crusher. Find out what caused its way-beyond-timely demise. Elsewhere, Fred decided to do a good deed and close the door of a stranger´s parked truck. Unfortunately, a half hour later said truck caught on fire. Is Fred an unwitting arsonist? Also, Dr. Kenny takes a break from surgery to find out why his car´s brakes have a mind of their own; and Monica´s husband may need electroshock therapy to stop his odd behavior at stop lights. All this, plus a round of Stump the Chumps, and lots more, this week on Car Talk. [Broadcast Date: March 29, 2014] 1. Language: English. Narrator: Tom Magliozzi, Ray Magliozzi. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/rt/cart/140329/rt_cart_140329_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
This week on Car Talk, Josh let a boa constrictor get loose in his wife´s Fusion. In the ensuing snake hunt, he removed just about every bit of the car´s interior. Now, after putting it all back together, he´s got a few pieces left over. Will a few missing parts make such a big difference? Elsewhere, Larry´s got a minor problem with a sticky throttle, but may be in more trouble over his choice of an engagement ring; and, Deb´s so worried about her Camry´s jingling sound that she´s waited a full year to tell anyone about it. Also, Molly´s having a tough time teaching her daughter to drive after a garage mishap, but is Molly´s daughter the problem or is it Molly? And, it´s a happy day for Tommy: The venerable Dodge Dart is back! All this, and lots more, this week on Car Talk. [Broadcast Date: January 21, 2012] 1. Language: English. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/rt/cart/120121/rt_cart_120121_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
This small Murano flower vase was manufactured by Archimede Seguso for Seguso Vetri d´Arte. The piece is made from Murano glass in blue and green colors, and is signed by the maker, as seen in photos.
This modernist sculptural table or desk light is mounted on an original ivory colored acrylic base. This piece has been paired with a linear handmade vintage kimono silk lampshade. Rewired and pat tested this light can be easily adapted for any international wiring. The piece is signed ´Fond D´Arte Firenze made in Italy´ to the base of the cast figures.
Adorned with euro coins, these vases are an ornamental critique against design capitalism. The price of the vase has become decoration, which adds value to the vase. The piece, designed in 2006, was on display at the Fonds Nationale d´Art Contemporain in France and the EKWC collection in ´s-Hertogenbosch.
This set of Italian Murano glass vanity boxes was made by Seguso Vetri d´Arte in the 1940s. The set is composed of two large Murano ´Sommerso a bollicine´ pieces: one perfume bottle with the original spreader (not working) and one box with a shaped lid .