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Coromandel lacquered wood screen, 8 doors, China, late 1600s

Mechanical sofa in walnut and leather, Venice 18th century
Published on G. Morazzoni “The Venetian Furniture of the 700” vol. II tav. CDIL, Milan 1958.

Published on G. Morazzoni “The Venetian Furniture of the 700” vol. II tav. CDIL, Milan 1958.

Louis XVI Gaming Table. Lombard Manufacture 1700.

Louis XVI Gaming Table. Lombard Manufacture 1700.

Very rare wooden slot machine with two half columns in front. USA, period 1800. cm (H) 161 x 38 x 61.

Five-door screen depicting the four seasons. The central panel depicts the allegory of Life, by Jacopo Amigoni (Venice 1682 – Madrid 1752). Published on “Morazzoni”

Tempera on canvas with green representations on an ivory background. Dimensions of each panel 235 × 75 cm.

Desk of French origin preserved in good condition from the Louis XV era (1700). Very important masterpiece with gilded and chiseled bronzes, punched with C Coronata (punch from 1945 – 1749) used only for furniture intended for Royal families.

The stamping defined “C coronata” is a French edict of March 1945 which obliged the bronzers to mark the works with a letter, a “C coronata” (4 cm high).

The desk size is 90x180x78 cm.

Important bookcase made in the sixteenth century in white Carrara marble with Corinthian capitals in gray marble highlighted in gold.

“Piedmont” armchairs in Louis XVI style.

Pair of Louis XV French console, in finely carved wood. cm (H) 83 x 98 x 46.

Reclining table, painting “Lacca Povera” from the 1700s.

England globe, early 1800s, celestial globe. cm 87 × 42

Louis XVI armchairs in white and gold lacquer with seat in silk fabric. Period 1700, usual cabinetmaker of the Royal Palace of Caserta, visible on “ART AND HISTORY” The palace of Caserta.

Pair of Louis XV armchairs in fire-embossed leather, walnut. Of 1700 Venetian era.

Important Romano Luigi XIV wardrobe with original lacquers and bell decoration. Good condition. 243h x 150 x 82 cm.

Mobile Segretaire in black lacquer painted in Chinoiserie, opening with two front doors, the sides are decorated with birds and Chinese landscapes. France 1700.

cm h170 x 110 x 60

Venetian Louis XV desk with flap, in light blue lacquer, with molded frames and treated in mecca. cm (H) 94 x 80 x 45.

Twelve Louis XV Venetian armchairs, lacquered with Chinoiserie decorations dating back to the 1700s. The peculiarity of the armchairs is that each one has a different pictorial decoration.

Two other armchairs of the same series are published in the book “Marella Agnelli, I have cultivated my garden” edition Adelfi page 46.