Set of five coffee tables in the manner of Willy Rizzo, circa 1970



What I like

The use of three colors (steel, gilding, smoked glass) as well as the multiplication of sizes of this set of coffee tables give it all its charm. Their modularity, their number, the purity of their design give a room a chic and elegant air. They can be grouped in the center of the room, distributed near the various seats … These tables are typical of the chic side of the design of the 70s.

I like the fact that, very sober, they nevertheless provide a double metallic shine associated with the softness of smoked glass. Their design, minimalist, is refined because of the play of materials and the quality of their manufacture.

Technical description

In the manner of Willy RIZZO

Set of five matching coffee tables of different sizes in brushed steel with a square section welcoming a golden brass frame, itself with a smoked bronze glass top.

Work from the 1970s.

Some traces of oxidation.

Dimensions and weight

Dimensions (Height x Width x Depth): 36.8 x 96.8 x 51.8 cm; 36.8 x 50.8 x 38.8 cm; 44.5 x 62.8 x 38.8 cm; the last two: 28.5 x 38.8 x 38.8 cm

31.5 kg together

Mix & Match

Their sobriety and refinement allow this modular set to fit into most interiors: perfect for pairing with 1960s furniture in teak or native woods with minimalist shapes such as the Danish living room by Borge Jensen & Sonner, they will hold their own. rank alongside the high life creations of Maria Pergay, Michel Boyer or Gabriella Crespi from the 1970s. very practical for placing a glass, a book, or even a chromed metal lamp like the Pyramid lamp by A. Tonello and A. Montagna Grillo for High Society-Milano. I would also put on some of them the “Composition”, beige marble sculpture by Jean Podevin from the 70s/80s, or the so tonic polychrome wooden statue, “Composition” by Fernand Rolland.

Our tables will marvelously combine with the different beauty of the “Composicion Metalica” tapestry by Enrique Broglia, whose brown and golden tones will beautifully recall the materials of our tables. They share the same range of colors as Enrico Cervelli’s 1961 gouache “Africano N1”. the “Composition, circa 1950-1951” by Edgard Pillet.

Finally, the alliance with the Cubico chandelier by Gaetano Sciolari will also work very well, the tables and the chandelier playing with chromed metal and glass.

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The designer

For lack of a signature, and because of their very sleek design, their creator could not be found. Some tables by Willy Rizzo are close to this model.

The editor

The lack of any label or stamp did not allow us to find the publisher, probably French, at the turn of the 1960s / 1970s.

A beautiful authentic set of coffee table at a fair price

This set has been carefully selected for its aesthetic qualities, its originality and its studied price. Our choice favors, above all, the sharpness of the design, a guarantee of enhancing your new acquisition in your interior and an ability to interact with your furniture, to match and mix to create a unique decoration. Buying vintage designer furniture is an investment that will pay off as much as the interest of many in the 1960s / 1970s. Finally, buying vintage furniture conserves the resources of our planet earth.

Additional information
Weight 31,5 kg
Dimensions 51,8 × 96,8 × 38,8 cm



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Dominique de Paillerets is passionate about objects and art. He likes to combine Design furniture from the 70s and the 18th century, in the spirit Combining refinement and the spirit of the seventies

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