Sale price290 €
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Glass Ashtray DLG Joe Colombo for Arnolfo Di Cambio 60's
Treaptyque

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Sale price290 €
VINTAGE

This is a glass ashtray and a glass pocket emptier designed in the style of Joe Colombo for the Italian company Arnolfo Di Cambio in the 1960s. Joe Colombo was an influential Italian industrial designer who made a big impact in the 1960s and 70s, particularly with his work on household objects and furniture.

The glass pieces for Arnolfo Di Cambio were created with Colombo's philosophy in mind, which aimed to create functional and aesthetically pleasing objects for everyday use. Thus, both pieces are highly practical and can be used in any space.

Arnolfo Di Cambio products are known for their high quality and superior design, and these pieces are no exception. They have become sought-after collector's items for design enthusiasts and collectors worldwide.

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Founded by Germain Provot Lorenz Treaptyque in 2021. Located in Levallois-Perret, Treaptyque is a private curation space in Paris that offers a curated selection of cutting-edge design objects. Germain, the founder, scours Europe in search of treasures during his travels to create a seasonal collection.
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The ashtray is designed with compartments for cigarettes and matches, and the pocket is ideal for storing keys, coins or other small items. Both sides have an elegant appearance with a minimalist aesthetic that is characteristic of Italian design from the 60s.

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The ashtray is designed with compartments for cigarettes and matches, and the pocket is ideal for storing keys, coins or other small items. Both sides have an elegant appearance with a minimalist aesthetic that is characteristic of Italian design from the 60s.

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AcceptedBuyers are responsible for return postage costs. If the item is not returned in its original condition, the buyer is responsible for any loss in value.
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Founded by Germain Provot Lorenz Treaptyque in 2021. Located in Levallois-Perret, Treaptyque is a private curation space in Paris that offers a curated selection of cutting-edge design objects. Germain, the founder, scours Europe in search of treasures during his travels to create a seasonal collection.

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