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Glass Vide Poche by Fontana Arte 60's
Treaptyque

VINTAGE
Sale price490 €
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VINTAGE

Bring a touch of retro elegance into your space with this vintage glass vide poche from the 60s. Crafted by the renowned Italian design house Fontana Arte, this vide poche exudes timeless sophistication and refined craftsmanship.

Made from turquoise-tinted glass, it boasts a vibrant hue that captures the creative and bold spirit of the 60s. Its rectangular shape and dimensions of 28 cm in length, 14 cm in width, and 1.5 cm in height make it a practical and discreet piece, perfect for holding everyday small items.

The transparent tinted glass gives this vide poche a visually light quality while adding a vintage touch. One of its remarkable features is the two compartments, creating a subtle trompe l'oeil effect that adds an artistic dimension to the piece, highlighting the attention to detail and ingenuity of Italian design. These compartments also offer practical organization for separating different items while maintaining visual harmony.

Although the vide poche bears some surface scratches as signs of its age, these wear marks add to its vintage charm without compromising its quality. These slight blemishes speak to the history and authenticity of the piece, enhancing its unique character.

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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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Vintage Condition Report : Great

28 cm x 14 cm x 1,5 cm

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28 cm x 14 cm x 1,5 cm

Vintage Condition Report : Great

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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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