CARLO BUGATTI, Living room stool

CARLO BUGATTI, Living room stool

Living room stool, wood, copper, pewter, bone and skin
circa 1902
height 52 cm sitting 40X40
Art Nouveau
good state
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Carlo Bugatti (1855/1940) father of Ettore and Rembrandt, family of extraordinary artists

Carlo cabinetmaker of great talent will create his unmatched style, taking an orientalist base.


This stool made of wood, bone and tin marquetry, copper pushed around the seat as well as on the central base. It presents two inverted pyramids, reunited by a central axis. Domed seat in skin.


Numerous bibliographies, present in the greatest museums 

An identically made stool in 1902, at the Bugatti cultural center.