Description & Technical information
Essay by Dott.Enrico Colle, Director of Stibbert Museum in Florence.
Period: 1750-1850, 18th century
Medium: Carved, Gilt, Giltwood
Dimensions: 88 x 139 x 85 cm (34⁵/₈ x 54³/₄ x 33¹/₂ inches)
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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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