04 janvier 2019

Theunissen & de Ghellinck at BRAFA 2019, Stand 140a

Pair of Scabello, Turin, circa 1740-1750. Gilded carved wood. H 60 x W 56 x D 47 cm. © Theunissen & de Ghellinck at BRAFA 2019, Stand 140a. Similar model in the Palazzo Reale, Turin Pair of consoles, Rome, mid 18th century. Polychrome, silver and gold carved wood. H 91 x W 51 x D 30 cm. © Theunissen & de Ghellinck at BRAFA 2019, Stand 140a. Small cabinet, Florence, late 17th century. Ebony and blackened wood with hard stone and gilded bronze. H 49 x W 48... [Lire la suite]

17 janvier 2017

Pietro Massa, A Pair of overdoors chinoiserie oil panels, Turin, half XVIII century

Pietro Massa, A Pair of overdoors chinoiserie oil panels, Turin, half XVIII century. Burzio at Brafa Art Fair, Brussels, 21-29 january 2017. Burzio. Antiques and Works of Art, 38 Dover Street, at R+V,  London W1S4NL, United Kingdom
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17 janvier 2017

The Pietro Piffetti personal bombe commode, Italy, Turin, Circa 1760

Pietro Piffetti (Turin 1701 - Turin 1777), The Pietro Piffetti personal bombe commode, Italy, Turin, Circa 1760. Walnut briar, ebony, boxwood and ormolu mounts, 83 x 125 x 57 cm. Burzio at Brafa Art Fair, Brussels, 21-29 january 2017.  It was the third(N.3) of fourteen works of art by Piffetti in a lottery that took place in November 1779 in Turin, following his death. “N.3.Two commodes shaped as urns in walnut briar with four drawers with low profiles, in three rows resembling ribbons and ebony bands with gilt... [Lire la suite]
07 avril 2015

Marella Agnelli at the Villar Perosa in Turin, Italy.

Marella Agnelli at the Villar Perosa in Turin, Italy. In 1957, Richard Avedon called Donna Marella Agnelli "the prototype of a thousand years of Italian beauty," when he named her one of the world's "Eight Most Beautiful Women" in T&C. "She evokes the Renaissance by a look, or a turn of her head."
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09 mars 2015

Christophe de Quénetain at TEFAF 2015 Antiques

A Louis XV ormolu-mounted Chinese Dehua porcelain pot-pourri vase and cover, Paris, 1750. Christophe de Quénetain (stand 218) - TEFAF 2015 Antiques (13-22 March 2015) the porcelain : Chinese Kangxi (1662-1722) from Dehua, circa 1670-1700. The flowers : French (Vincennes), circa 1750. The gilt bronze mounts : French, circa 1750. H.21, D.19,5 cm Provenance: Private Collection, Paris Lorenzo Bononcelli (act. 1678-1709), Royal Torinese panel, Turin,... [Lire la suite]
05 juillet 2013

An Italian pale blue lacquered, parcel-gilt and pastiglia chinoiserie commode, Piedmontese, Turin, circa 1760

An Italian pale blue lacquered, parcel-gilt and pastiglia chinoiserie commode, Piedmontese, Turin, circa 1760. Photo Sotheby's with a serpentine painted top imitating bardiglio marble above two long drawers with two rocaille and pastiglia reserves with chinoiserie figures in a landscape and interior scenes above an apron decorated with tasselled lambrequins with similarly decorated splayed sides on cabriole legs terminating in hoof feet; 40.5cm. high, 77.5cm. wide, 40.5cm. deep;1ft. 4in., 2ft. 6½in.,1ft.... [Lire la suite]
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24 novembre 2012

An Italian engraved ivory inlaid rosewood, ebony and marquetry commode by Giuseppe Maria Galbiati, Turin early 18th century

An Italian engraved ivory inlaid rosewood, ebony and marquetry commode by Giuseppe Maria Galbiati, depicting the ancient kings of Naples and the story of Romulus and Remus, Turin early 18th century - Photo Sotheby's  of gentle bowed form, the top inlaid with intersecting scrolls and stylised ogee motifs above eight drawers each centered by a panel depicting the legend of Romulus and Remus flanked by sixteen portraits of the ancient kings of Naples within strapwork, the drawers and stiles with... [Lire la suite]
22 juillet 2012

A tall japanned terracotta vase of large proportions. Most probably made in Turin, ca 1830

A tall japanned terracotta vase of large proportions.. Most probably made in Turin, ca 1830. © 2012 MALLETT ANTIQUES decorated throughout in the Japanese style, with gilded cranes standing and in flight amongst a gilt foliate landscape, all on a black ground. H: 38.6 in (98.0 cm)  http://www.mallettantiques.com/
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20 novembre 2009

I18th century talian painted furniture sold @ Sotheby's London

An Italian polychrome painted carved giltwood mirror attributed to Giuseppe Maria Bonzanigo (1745-1820), Turin, late 18th century 202cm. high, 102cm. wide; 6ft. 7in., 3ft. 3¾in. Est. 70,000—100,000 GBP - Hammer Price with Buyer's Premium:  97,250 GBP Comparative Literature: Enrico Colle, Il Mobile neoclassico in Italia arredi e decorazioni d'interni dal 1775 al 1800, Milan, 2005, p. 452-453, no. 107.G Ferraris, Giuseppe Maria Bonzanigo e la scultura decorativa in legno a Torino nel periodo neoclassico (1770-1830),... [Lire la suite]
27 août 2009

Paire de vases couverts de forme balustre en papier mâché. Travail de Turin (Italie) du milieu du XVIIIème siècle

Paire de vases couverts de forme balustre en papier mâché. Travail de Turin (Italie) du milieu du XVIIIème siècle à décor laqué de paysages animés de personnages et pagodes sur fond rouge "sang de boeuf". Hauteur : 46,00 cm. Diamètre : 29,00 cm. Prix: 12 000 € Giorgio SALVAI SARL 33, quai Voltaire 75007 PARIS - France - Tel : + 33 1 42 60 10 08 - Fax : + 33 1 42 60 19 11 - Adresse E-mail : info@giorgiosalvai.com - Site internet : http://www.giorgiosalvai.com
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