Willy Rizzo for Cidue Chrome Mirrored Coffee Table, 1970s

Designed by Willy Rizzo and manufactured by Cidue, this coffee table is a fantastic example of 1970s Italian design.
Rizzo was a photographer who designed furniture for his own home and friends before starting to have his designs manufactured for sale. This coffee table has a classic 1970s aesthetic, with a square mirrored top sitting in a polished chrome frame.
The table top sits on a smaller black square black base which gives the impression of the mirrored table floating above the floor.
The perfect way to add a touch of mid-century Italian glamour to any contemporary living space, this Willy Rizzo mirrored coffee table is a timeless piece, and is the ideal surface for displaying books and objects.
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Brand: Cidue
Designer: Willy Rizzo
Period: 1970-1979
Date of Manufacture: circa 1970s
Material: Mirror, chrome
Place of Origin: Italy
Product SKU: T00123
Height: 28 cm (11.03 in)
Width: 120 cm (47.25 in)
Depth: 80 cm (31.5 in)

In good used condition; wear consistent with age and use.


Slight rust marks on the top glass and patina to the metal banding.


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