Set of 2 Cardinale Vases by Lino Sabattini for Christofle France, 1950s
This elegant set of 2 Cardinale vases was designed by the Italian artist Lino Sabattini for Christofle in France.
It can be dated in the 1950s.
In the 1920s, Christofle created ‘Gallia’, a new alloy similar to pewter, but more durable and less expensive to manufacture and plate.
Since the 1930s Christofle attracted well-known designers such as Gio Ponti, Lino Sabatini, Tapio Wirkkala, Gae Aulenti, …
The Cardinale vase was designed by Lino Sabatini. It is an elegant design in silver-plated metal.
The overall condition of the vases is very good. On the detail photo’s you see some small scratches, normal signs of age and use.
Both vases are marked.
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