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Stylish and classy Italian mid-century modern bar table / trolley. This beauty has been cleaned and waxed and can be of service right away.

Dimensions : Height: 18.12 in (46 cm) - Width: 23.82 in (60.5 cm) - Depth: 23.82 in (60.5 cm)

Condition : Good. Wear consistent with age and use.

The trolley will be shipped overseas in a custom made wooden crate. Cost of transport to the US is crate included.

Italian design refers to all forms of design in Italy, including interior design, urban design, fashion design and architectural design. Italy is recognized as being a worldwide trendsetter and leader in design: the architect Luigi Caccia Dominioni claims that "Quite simply, we are the best" and that "We have more imagination, more culture, and are better mediators between the past and the future".[1] Italy today still exerts a vast influence on urban design, industrial design, interior design, and fashion design worldwide.[1] Generally, the term "design" is associated with the age of the Industrial Revolution, which arrived in Italy during the pre-unification in the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies, in this context, was born on Italian design and development in various fields such as silks San Leucio and workshops Pietrarsa, shipyards of Castellammare di Stabia. The rest of Italy was characterized by fragmented political and geographical condition however industrialization was significantly present in other pre-unitary States like Grand Duchy of Tuscany and Sardinia-Piedmont. After the Unification of Italy, despite the slow consolidation of the cotton industry and factories, the industrialization of the country was seldom talked about prior to 1870-80. At the beginning of the twentieth century formed the first great Italian designers such as Vittorio Ducrot and Ernesto Basile.