This credenza was designed in Italy by Umberto Mascagni from Bologna. Produced in the early 1950s, it features four doors and a cabinet in the middle with four drawers, created with reverse-painted glass door fronts. Two doors feature a design of a woman walking down the stairs, and two doors depict a glass of liquor. The main body structure is made from solid European wood and is very heavy. This credenza features vinyl trimmed with anodized aluminum. The interior of the cabinet is lined in faux lizard-skin leather, with a geometrical patterned grey vinyl. In 1952, Umberto Mascagni created a new way of producing furniture using new materials such as PVC and anodized aluminum. His furniture was retailed through Harrods, London in the 1950s. This credenza also features a large mirror. It is in excellent vintage condition.