Mamma li Tirchi Bed

Designed by:  Francesco M. Andrenelli
Manufactured by:  Ceccotti

This four column bed, handpainted by Francesco M. Andenelli, uses water tempura paint.  Sixteen different color layers are applied and then sealed for a one of a kind finish. The bed frame is constructed of mahogany in either colored columns or stained black columns.  Price includes delivery to the USA.  Manufactured by Ceccotti.
72.5" W, 82.5" D, 93.75" H
(33.25" W, 78.75" D mattress not included)

$35,743 (Black)
$37,137 (Multi-color)
Designed by:  Francesco M. Andrenelli
Manufactured by:  Ceccotti

This four column bed, handpainted by Francesco M. Andenelli, uses water tempura paint.  Sixteen different color layers are applied and then sealed for a one of a kind finish. The bed frame is constructed of mahogany in either colored columns or stained black columns.  Price includes delivery to the USA.  Manufactured by Ceccotti.
72.5" W, 82.5" D, 93.75" H
(33.25" W, 78.75" D mattress not included)

$35,743 (Black)
$37,137 (Multi-color)
$35,743.00-$37,137.00
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Designed by:  Francesco M. Andrenelli
Manufactured by:  Ceccotti

This four column bed, handpainted by Francesco M. Andenelli, uses water tempura paint.  Sixteen different color layers are applied and then sealed for a one of a kind finish. The bed frame is constructed of mahogany in either colored columns or stained black columns.  Price includes delivery to the USA.  Manufactured by Ceccotti.
72.5" W, 82.5" D, 93.75" H
(33.25" W, 78.75" D mattress not included)

$35,743 (Black)
$37,137 (Multi-color)

Ceccotti

Ceccotti Collezioni was launched in the mid-20th century, to supply unique furnishings to exclusive residences and hotels. The company built its aesthetic out of the traditional Tuscan artisan craftsmanship taught in the area’s Cascina School of Art. Early collections of Ceccotti products were influenced by surrealist designers like Gaudi and Mollino, as well as contemporary Scandinavian designs. Today, the firm’s designers continue to create forward-looking yet elegant pieces, employing sensual, organic curves and respecting the traditions and uses of home and commercial furnishings.

Francesco M. Andrenelli

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