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    This rare cabinet was produced by Francesco Bisacco in the 1940s. The generously sized rectangular storage compartment is resting on a striking wave-shaped base. This curved base gives the cabinet a delicate and elegant appearance. The entire cabinet is executed in solid and veneered cherrywood with the interior shelves in walnut. It has two double doors, each with a decorative circular knob, two locks with seperate keys and four interior shelves. Marked with a Francesco Bisacco label on the backside.

    The Francesco Bisacco workshop was located on the Via Torricelli in the centre of Turin. They specialized in custom interiors and mostly wooden furniture pieces, in a variety of styles, ranging from classic period furniture to early rationalist and modernist design furniture. Their output is characterized by the high quality of the materials used and the fine level of craftsmanship.