Description & Technical information
Executed in three parts fitted together to form a garden pavilion, above his wood faux mahagany coeval lacca table under which there was a mechanism for to rais the model and to see the architecture and the tole-peint ceilings and polychrome lacca floors decorated inside.
This particular model may have been created eventually to integrate a magnificent building project destined to be a built as belvedere in front of an important Palace or in his park.
Total Height: 971⁄41⁄4 in. (248 cm)
Width table: 105,5 in. (268 cm)
Date: Beginning XIX Century
Period: 1750-1850, 19th century
Origin: Italy, Milan
Medium: Wood faux mahagany, Coeval lacca
Dimensions: 150 x 236 x 93 cm (59⁰/₁ x 92⁷/₈ x 36⁵/₈ inches)
Categories: Works of Art
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Decorative Arts, from Antiquities to XIX Century, focusing in particular on Fine Furniture, Sculpture, Textiles, Glass, Ceramics and Bronzes.
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