Ausziehbarer Esstisch aus Naturholz von Baptistin Spade, 1950er
A natural wood dining table with a rectangular tray resting on four geometrical feet designed by Baptistin Spade (1891-1969) and manufactured circa 1950. It is provided with two extensions (length: 50 cm each). Baptistin Spade´s style is defined by a propensity for colors and rich materials. The famous decorator and furniture creator designed furnitures as well as lamps and carpet models. He used tapestries to reduce the gravity of dark wooden furniture. Baptistin Spade used gilded lacquer as well as new materials. Finally, he collaborated with important contemporary artists to increase the refinement of his works.