Giuseppe Maggiolini (1738 – 1814)-school, Large standing hall mirror, rectangular shape, flexible, in rectangular and stepped frame on four conic and arched feet, with upper and lower connexions; rose and fruit wood on hardwood veneered, with rich mapple floral and geometrical intarsias; middle connexion in shape of a bronze arrow; Northern Italy early 19th Century.
Large hall chandelier in Louis XVI manner, round bombed underside with bronze gallery and garlands, the centre with conic neck ending in a bronze gallery on top round crown with bronze final; decorated with cutted glass pearls and glass strings; electrification not tested.
Venus of Milo ( 101 b. C.), Bronze Sculpture Reduction after the Ancient, casted with fine hand finish and original light brown patina, stamped on the reverse Achille Collas, reduction mecanique in collaboration with the foundry Ferdinand Barbedienne 1810-1892, 19th Century.
Venetian chandelier, curved and multiple turned shape with 24 lights and 20 branches with several tazzas garlands leaves flowers and other decorations, transparent glass with relief ornaments and partly gilded glass on metal strut electrified, Murano 20th Century.
180cm Height, 150cm width
Medici Thermo Hygrometer, on wooden panel with Thermometerm Hagrometer and Barometer scale and function, movable fingers, and glased mercury ,engraved ornaments and descriptions on the bottom a round cover shield with dedication to the Medici family and coat of arms. 18th/19th Century, function not proofed.