1950s 'Fiori' Tray Table by Piero Fornasetti


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1950s 'Fiori' Tray Table by Piero Fornasetti

Mid Century Circular Occasional Table

Design by Italian heavyweight Piero Fornasetti in his lifetime and very much in his prime.

Circular metal tray top with an abundant floral spray of chrysanthemums and other foliage on a black lacquered ground.

On a black wrought iron base.

It is in very good vintage condition, it is sturdy and solid and the tabletop is free from damage, there is some age-related wear and tear around the edges as you would expect but nothing serious.

Measuring 63cm high x 60cm diameter.

Delivery is free within Bristol and £60 to the majority of mainland UK with our couriers, for those in remote areas of the UK or for international enquiries please ask for a tailored quote.


  • H: 63cm (24.80in)
  • W: 60cm (23.62in)



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