Barberis Felice Statues Bookcase in Wood and Crystal
Elegant wooden dividing bookcase designed by Barberis Felice in the 50's.
The structure is made entirely of wood and is supported by two brass columns, intersected by a shaped tempered glass, very elegant and fine.
The upper part of the bookcase by Barberis Felice is composed by two containers with curved concave doors embellished by two statues, which reproduce the Discobolo and the Venere di Milo.
The Discobolus was probably created for the city of Sparta and represented an athlete in the act of hurling a discus. The Aphrodite of Milos, better known as Venus de Milo, is one of the most famous Greek statues and represents female beauty.
The bookcase at the base has a crystal shelf that gives a unique elegance.
The important bookcase by Barberis Felice can be used from both sides and is suitable for classic and elegant studies or as an important piece of furniture for classical art, considering the subjects, but it can also serve as a bar cabinet.
Height: 170 cm (66.92 in.)
Width: 206 cm (81.10 in.)
Depth: 42 cm (16.53 in.)
The bookcase by Barberis Felice is in original and excellent vintage condition, light scratches consistent with time and use. Brass in patina.