Rare wall mounted cabinet dating from the 50s, by Didier Rozaffy for the French manufacturing company Oscar.
At that time, Oscar furniture was innovative, and characterized by its ability to adapt, the elements being able to be divided, transformed and arranged in different ways. The company received the silver medal at the Xth Triennale in Milan in 1953 and was recognized for its quality.
The mahogany veneer cabinet is made up of two levels, one accommodating two wooden doors, and the other red glass doors and is supported by a system L shape holder embedded in profiled pieces in solid mahogany. Doors are interchangeable.
The furniture is an early edition, it has not been restored and present a beautiful original patina, with some traces of use visible in the photos.
Manufacture : Meubles Oscar Paris, circa 1955. Total height with the support: 32.7 inches.
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Fair vintage condition, wear consistent with age.