Description & Technical information
A Pair of Italian Louis XVI wood carved painted and parcel gilt armchairs by Bartolomeo Manghetti, with their original Turin tapestry as upholstery, executed in Turin around 1780 after the model of Sulpice Brizard for Carlo Francesco Valperga Count of Masino, Marquis of Caluso.
Date: around 1780
Period: 1750-1850, 18th century
Origin: Italy, Turin
Medium: Wood, Carved, Painted, Parcel Gilt
Provenance: Palazzo Masino, Turin, 1780 circa.
Pietro Accorsi, 1960’s.
Turinese private collection
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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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