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"Corner cabinet with reverse-painted glass doors" Designed by Gio Ponti, and the doors were painted by Fornasetti. The “farfalle” (butterflies) decoration is a motif that Fornasetti regularly employed. Funky Furniture, Furniture Makeover, Painted Furniture, Home Furniture, Furniture Stencil, Plywood Furniture, Furniture Showroom, Furniture Chairs, Steel Furniture

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Description Primary Description: Colorless non-lead glass with polychrome decoration; paint, enamels; reverse-painted glass: background and some detail probably applied by a printing (possibly lithographic) transfer technique, remainder of color applied by hand brushing. Vertical corner wooden cabinet laminated on front and legs with rosewood, stands on three narrow legs tapering to a point; facade comprised of upper and lower straight flat bands of wood framing two flat vertical…

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Illustration: Alphonse Mucha