Pair of 1960s Fontana Vetri Arte Geometric Bowls

Found in Milan, Pair of 1960s Fontana Vetri Arte Geometric BowlsMilan

An exceptional pair of Turquoise geometric bowls by Max Ingrand for Fontana Arte. Fontana Arte was the design house co-founded by Gio Ponti in Milan in the 1930s. These rare original pieces are now exceptional collectors items. Made in the 1960s, these pieces were found in a private home together with a small collection of other Fontana Arte objects. Both pieces are in good condition.

Dimensions: Large H4cm x W18cm x D18cm and Small H4cm x W14cm x D14cm

Unique item, only 1 available to purchase

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