Neoclassical Centre oval table with a porphyry top, now in an aristocratic collection in London.
Centre oval table with a porphyry top, anonymous Royal cabinetmaker and Laboratorio Reale delle pietre dure.
De Spucches Family, Princes of Galati and Duke of Caccamo, Palermo
Studio essay by Dott. Enrico Colle, Stibbert Museum Director, Florence
Centre oval table with a porphyry top, poplar veneered in mahogany and ebony, partly carved, gilded, and painted in black, with chiselled ormolu, supporting a slab of excavation Egyptian porphyry. Attributed to cabinetmakers active for the Bourbon court in Naples and to the Royal Pietre Dure Manufactory of Naples.
Naples, early 19th century