« Every now and then a design comes along that blows your socks off. A piece that breaks convention at the time, and still looks fresh and chic 100 years later», writes Ruth Sleightholme in her introduction to House & Garden’s article « 50 iconic pieces of design worth investing in », which includes the JZ Trolley. She then concludes by stating that these « effortlessly elegant and chic pieces are tested classics that will always hold value. » What else can we say? We simply love this iconic piece designed in the 1950s by Jorge Zalszupin. The slender yet oversized brass wheels counterbalance the graphic, triangular sides of the bottom shelf made of precious imbuia wood: simple, pure lines, with just a touch of understated playfulness. Elegant & chic, it can also be styled as a decorative piece of furniture, ideal for displaying some beautiful candleholders or small objects: Osanna’s Visconti’s Small Candle Holder, Goossens’ Fig Leaf Trinket or Le Berre Vevaud’s Pandoro Boxes.
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