Dining Room Set by Gio Ponti for M. Singer & Sons, circa 1950s
Dining Room Set by Gio Ponti for M. Singer & Sons, circa 1950s
Dining Room Set by Gio Ponti for M. Singer & Sons, circa 1950s
Dining Room Set by Gio Ponti for M. Singer & Sons, circa 1950s
Dining Room Set by Gio Ponti for M. Singer & Sons, circa 1950s
Dining Room Set by Gio Ponti for M. Singer & Sons, circa 1950s
Dining Room Set by Gio Ponti for M. Singer & Sons, circa 1950s
Dining Room Set by Gio Ponti for M. Singer & Sons, circa 1950s
Dining Room Set by Gio Ponti for M. Singer & Sons, circa 1950s
Dining Room Set by Gio Ponti for M. Singer & Sons, circa 1950s
Dining Room Set by Gio Ponti for M. Singer & Sons, circa 1950s
Dining Room Set by Gio Ponti for M. Singer & Sons, circa 1950s
Dining Room Set by Gio Ponti for M. Singer & Sons, circa 1950s

Dining Room Set by Gio Ponti for M. Singer & Sons, circa 1950s

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Extremely rare dining room set, designed by the iconic Gio Ponti for M. Singer & Sons, circa 1950-1959.

Walnut dining table features Gio Ponti’s signature brass sabots, four 16″ leaves allowing for it to open up to 104″ long. Pictured with only 3 leaves at 88″ long and without leaves at 48″ round.

Two armchairs, four side chairs, and a table have all been completely restored. We’ve tried to stay as close as possible to the original finish. Brass sabots have been hand cleaned. Chairs reupholstered in white linen by Kravet.

Measurements:

Armchairs: H 33″ x D 19″ x W 18.75 x SH 19
Side chairs: H 32.5 x D 19″ x W 18″ x SH 19

Other designers working in the organic style include Carlo Mollino, Franco Campo & Carlo Graffi, Ico Parisi and Jean Royère.

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Product Details

Dimensions: H: 29in x W: 104in x D: 40in

Condition: Excellent

Country of Manufacture: Italy

Creator: Gio Ponti

Date of Manufacture: 1950s

Lead Time: Available Now

Period: Mid-20th Century