Post mid-century round table created by the Italian architect Gianfranco Frattini (1926-2004).
Model 522 in rosewood, on a beautiful four-legged base, Bernini edition, 1961.
Extensions available to make a 216 x 137cm rectangle table. The extensions are slightly more red than the table which gives a certain originality to the table (see picture).
Rosewood is a very rare wood nowadays. It is a very dense, hard wood that is resistant to moisture and vermin and can be of various colours. Their great mechanical, acoustic and aesthetic qualities have made them highly sought-after woods since the 18th century, particularly for the production of top-of-the-range furniture and musical instruments.