An Italian neoclassical lacca side table with escavation porphyry top
Sicily, 1790 circa
An Italian neoclassical side table, in pine wood, blue and ivory painted and gilded, supporting a rectangular slab of excavation Egyptian porphyry, surrounded on three sides by a gilt pastiglia borderthe frieze centred with a profile portrait of Seneca and the corners with gilt lion masks, the side on a carved frieze on square tapering legs.
Sicilian, late 18th century.
The Mattias De Medici Blue Boys. A pair of Florentine Baroque polychrome lacca wood sculptures with glass eyes attributed to Jacopo Maria Foggini (c.1620–1684). Florence, sixth decade of the seventeenth century
A very important and unique pair of late-Baroque Italian polychrome majolica two- light wall-sconces