Walnut chair shaped in the late 15th-century Florentine style, specifically inspired by the original on display at the Bargello Museum in Florence. The seat and back are made of walnut slats, embellished on the back with geometric inlays of maple, ebony, and walnut, which continue into the elegantly shaped legs joined by crossbars.
Orbetello Chair, an authentic work of art resulting from Italian craftsmanship. This piece, steeped in history, is inspired by Florentine design at the end of the 15th century, paying tribute to an original held in the prestigious collection of the Bargello Museum in Florence.
The centerpiece of its structure is the backrest, consisting of walnut slats expertly interlocked with one another, creating a geometric pattern highlighted by inlays of maple, ebony, and walnut. This balance of shapes and materials harmoniously continues down to the shaped legs, joined by sturdy crossbars.
The Orbetello chair is more than just a piece of furniture, it is a genuine journey into the art of Italian Renaissance woodworking, where manual skill meets the timeless elegance of design. A living testament to the deep roots of Italian craftsmanship.
Every Faber finish is totally customizable. In this section only a part of the precious finishes by Faber Mobili is presented. The colors in the images are purely indicative.