Feel the magic of The Arabian Nights novel
Sharazad Family Line
For princess only
This fairy family line tells a story of magic and astonishment. The name of the line itself is inspired by the main character of one of the world's most famous novel: The Arabian Nights. The princess Sharazad is the storyteller of a magnificent collection of of ancient tales that are used as entertainment for her jealous and murderous husband. Every piece of furniture that belongs to the Sharazad family is richly decorated and minutely etched. The result is a precious and unique jewel.
Handmade luxury wardrobe with crest
Visir Venetian style wardrobe
Three doors with artistic engravings
Flowers, leaves and sharp etches for the magnificent armoire Sharazad, the huge and precious piece of furnish inspired by the famous princess of The Arabian Nights novel. This wardrobe is a timeless and rich jewel that reminds us of faraway atmospheres and dreamy Arabian nights.
Structure made of wood with mahogany semi-matte finish.
Four tapered legs made of wood with silver leafed finish.
Three doors with Evora pull handle and soft-close system.
Back-side and inside made of wood with mahogany semi-matte finish.
Three adjustable wooden shelves on each compartment.
LED spotlights on the inside.
Doors, sides and frame made of glass with clear mirrored finish.
Call it magic
"Engraving the glass is that kind of process which requires great mastery and creativity in the drawing, also ability in performing the engraving by choosing the appropriate grinding wheel."
There are many things that a good engraver should take care of all at the same time. It is very important to acknowledge which grinding wheel is suitable for the level of detail that has to be achieved.
A good engraver must control the hands on the spinning wheel in order to follow, with the right accuracy and pressure, what the mind wish.
So mind and hands have to be perfectly tuned.
I need a Visir wardrobe
Leo De Carlo
Leo De Carlo was born in Venice in 1972. He graduated in Industrial Design from the Milan Polytechnic in 1998. He worked for Philippe Starck in Paris from 1999 to 2003, handling furnishing, lighting, electronics and interiors projects.
He returned to Italy in 2003 and went into business on his own. He currently lives and works in Venice.