Late 20th century, Italy
8 x Spaghetti Chair 101 chairs by Alias. The most valuable version.
A landmark of design history, the first Alias chair to be included in the permanent collection of the New York MoMA.
Structure in black metal and seat in pastel blue coloured thick microfibre.
All in very good condition, with no particular damage or defects, only some signs of age.
Dimensions: 51 x 40 cm. Height: 84 (seat: 46). Weight: (kg) 4 each. Total: (kg) 16.00
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Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.Koop ok, Probleem met verzendkosten. Wilde COD, betaalservice of cash on delivery, onmogelijk? Totaal geen antwoord, behalve niet mogelijk? Vertrouwde bedrag niet, vroeg om receipt, niks..Niet goed.Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.This gentleman did not want to pay for transport, it required that I anticipate his transport costs even if the transport was by the recipient. So convinced not to pay to beg me to cancel the contract to be reimbursed by Catawiki. I hope that Catawiki will provide as soon as possible. Dishonest people like this can not interfere with honest people.
Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.Becouse of bad packing of chandelier, all of the balls are shattered to piecesPlease note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.It is not the first package that I make it difficult for me to believe in the bad packaging. however, I'm sorry, you could send me some pictures of the damages suffered by the chandelier and the package, the shipping was insured and therefore you can request a refund by attaching the fate of the damage and the outside of the package. Thanks, I'm waiting. Greetings nicola
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