• Lombardy, first quarter of the 19th century
    OVAL TABLE Walnut veneer over wood, inlaid with rose ebony and cypress.   Elegant table embellished with inlays. Musical instruments and garlands incorporating animal and plant
  • Naples, second quarter of the 19th century
    PAIR OF DEMI-LUNE TABLES Wood with mahogany veneer; top in scagliola.   Pair of demi-lune tables in mahogany with top in scagliola. The strip below the
  • Florence, late 19th century
    CENTRE TABLE Carved and gilt wood; top in inlay work with semi-precious stones.   The elegance of this table is accentuated by the top in Florentine
  • Holland, early 18th century
    BUREAU MAZARIN Inlaid wood with different wood species.   This type of desk is named after Louis XIV’s prime minister, the powerful Cardinal Jules Mazarin, who
  • The Netherlands, 18th century
    CENTER TABLE Wood veneered with different types of wood and ivory inlays.   With its sober architectural severity, this piece of furniture is an example of
  • Emilia, end of the 17th century
    PAIR OF CONSOLE TABLES Carved and sculpted gilded wood, wooden top lined in velvet. This pair of tables are characterized by exuberant decorative elements, both zoomorphic
  • Naples, second half of the 18th century
    PAIR OF CONSOLE TABLES Sculpted, carved, partially gilded and lacquered wood, French red marble top.   Wonderfully elegant tables embellished by elaborate carvings. Both undertops have
  • Holland, early 18th century
    BUREAU MAZARIN Inlaid wood with different wood species. This type of desk is named after Louis XIV’s prime minister, the powerful Cardinal Jules Mazarin, who succeeded
  • Rome, first quarter of the 18th century
    DESK Walnut and burl veneer over wood with cypress inlays. This elegant desk is embellished with refined inlays of garlands incorporating plant elements to which curious
  • Naples, second quarter of the 19th century
    CENTRE TABLE Maritime pine with mahogany veneer with inlays in maple and in maple on ebony; top in Portoro marble.   Centre table from the period
  • Naples, second half of the 18th century
    PAIR OF CONSOLE TOPS   Carved, gilded and gold-glazed wood; “lumachella” stone tops with golden frames. Characterized by a typically Neapolitan decorative repertory, these small consoles
  • France (scagliola tabletop, Livorno), first quarter of the 19th century
    CENTER TABLE   Wood veneered in mahogany plume, gilded bronze mounts and scagliola table top. This center table has a circular top supported on a central
  • Roma, inizi del XVIII secolo
    CONSOLE   Legno scolpito e dorato; piano in broccatello giallo di Siena. Questo fastoso tavolo è costituito da un serrato ed esuberante giustapporsi di motivi fitomorfi
  • Lucca, 19th century
    CENTRE TABLE   Wood with inlaying in mahogany, ebonized and gilt parts. The four slender arched legs, united by crosspieces and ending in lion’s paw feet,
  • Florence, 18th century
    CENTRE TABLE   Inlaid, sculpted and gilt wood; the top in various marble types is from a later period. This imposing item features, on both sides,
  • Bologna, XVIII century
    CONSOLE Carved, sculpted and gilt wood. The elaborate rounded top in Alpine green marble with edges decorated by a ribbing in Siena yellow is supported by
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