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Bottega Leather Desk

Designed by Michele di Fonzo

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Item Number: 2047
$2,950.00

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Designer Michele di Fonzo is the third generation of his family to celebrate and build upon the leather traditions his grandfather began in 1921. For nearly a century, this family of designers has been transforming leather into a versatile and modern product, drawing inspiration from other fields like fashion and luggage design, where leather is as much about structure as it is about aesthetics. The Bottega Desk (2013) is created using the most modern production methods and then finished by hand with skill, passion and care. The slender but strong steel frame is wrapped in smooth-as-silk stain-resistant leather that’s hand-sewn to hug every angle and curve. The precise exposed stitch along all seams makes every Bottega Desk unique. Made in Italy.

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H 28.75" W 59.25" D 31.5" Bottega Leather Desk

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Split-grain leather with stain-resistant treatment; steel frame.

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