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2.200,00 incl.VATVAT on margin included according to article 297-A of the French General Tax Code

Pair of Italian chairs designed by Augusto Bozzi for Saporiti Italia. The comfortable seats have been meticulously restored with a green fabric made by Gabriel. The tubular base in black lacquered metal and brass gives these pieces elegance and lightness.

Length : 16.54 in / 42 cm

Height : 31.5 in / 80 cm

Width : 14.96 in / 38 cm

Weigth : 0 lb / kg

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Categories: Twentieth Century Design, Chairs

Year of publication: 1956

Origin: Italy

Materials: Tubular base in black lacquered metal and brass, seats upholstered in a green fabric from Maison Gabriel.

State: Legs in good original condition, seats restored by a qualified upholsterer.

Designer: Augusto Bozzi

Augusto Bozzi (1924-1982) was a famous Italian designer of the twentieth century, originally from Milan. He graduated from the Brera Academy of Fine Arts, and his fame rests largely on his collaboration in the late 1940s with the furniture manufacturer Saporiti Italia. Working closely with designers Alberto Rosselli and Giorgio Raimondi, Augusto Bozzi has designed furniture characterized by clean lines that continue to inspire contemporary Italian design.

Editor: Saporiti Italia

Founded in 1946 by the Saporiti brothers, Italian furniture manufacturer Saporiti Italia is famous for its visionary designs. In record time, the company has gained international recognition for its commitment to innovation and contemporary design. She has collaborated with many renowned Italian designers, such as Augusto Bozzi, Alberto Rosselli and Giorgio Raimondi, to design furniture pieces that are both elegant and functional.



Emmanuelle Vidal is an antique dealer in Toulouse, specializing in design from the 50s, 60s and 70s. Charlotte Perriand, Pierre Guariche, Le Corbusier, Ico Parisi, Pierre Paulin, Charles Eames… Tirelessly hunting down the creations of the masters of the 20th century, she then exhibited in various salons in Paris, Toulouse, Bordeaux, Antibes, Saint-Tropez and opened her gallery in 1997 in Toulouse. A unique place that is quickly becoming a landmark for collectors and enthusiasts looking for iconic pieces.