Fiam Veblèn Canova leather console table, with smoked glass top. Made in Italy.
Designed by: MARZIA AND LEO DAINELLI; registered product.
Modern design console table with upholstered, solid wood structure, covered in leather.
Top in 10 mm smoked tempered glass with bevelled edges.
Base with black nickel-plated brass.
Maximum weight supported: 50 kg. Canova is a console table with a unique and luxurious design that will furnish your rooms with functionality and refinement.
Fiam is certified UNI EN ISO 9001:2008
The conformity to this reference norm allows Fiam to reach the highest quality standards. One of the direct evidences is the possibility to keep track of the products: a high temperature and therefore indelible decal is applied to every article, in addition to the company logo, this decal also bears a number of codes that allow the production cycle details of the article to be traced.
The history of Veblén has origins far away in time, a design culture that was born in Italy, whose roots, connected to elegance, taste for beauty and craftsmanship, have influenced the taste for furniture, establishing new rules and becoming part of the idealistic international jet-set.
with crystal, one of the most ancient materials in human history which has always been synonym of wealth and style for the owner, starting from the aristocratic Egyptian families portrayed in hieroglyphs with their glass trinkets, Fiam Italia has conquered the most famous homes of the world, becoming fertile ground for the ideas of the most prestigious designers and brands recognized by a particularly attentive and refined audience. Veblén has its starting point in the history written by the Livi family on glass and crystal, in the know-how gained on the exclusivity of shapes, and is now an interpreter of the desire of those who want to enrich their lives with precious furnishings that convey elegance with greater emphasis. Veblén is established in the prestigious setting of Villa Miralfiore, a fifteenth-century residence, restored to its former glory by the Livi family, where - among stuccos, frescos and decorations – the charm of Veblén comes to life.