Giuseppe Borsato ( 1771 - 1849 )
An Italian Neoclassical carved, veneered and ebonized cherry wood cylindrical pedestal cupboard, on the tipical sliding square base.
An Italian Neoclassical carved, veneered and ebonized cherry wood cylindrical pedestal cupboard
By repute originally in Pappafava family
• E.Colle, Il Mobile Impero in Italia, arredi e decorazioni d'interni dal 1800 al 1843, Milan, 1998, pp. 235–39 and 305–15;
•Giuseppe Pavanello, Disegni per i mobili dell’appartamento neoclassico di palazzo Papafava, Trieste, 2012, pp. 117–26;
•Giuseppe Borsato, Opera Ornamentale, Milano, 1831.
An Italian Neoclassical carved, veneered and ebonized cherry wood cylindrical pedestal cupboard with a Nero del Belgio marble top, on an unusual sliding square base.
Probably by Antonio Carnera after a design by Giuseppe Borsato (1770–1849) or Gaetano Manzoni (fl.1817–36)
Veneto, probably Padua, 1820–30
A North Italian fruitwood, walnut, ebony , boxwood, tulipwood and kingwood microcarving portrait relief miniature attributed to Giuseppe Maria Bonzanigo (1745-1820), depicting a standing Mars with cuirass, feathered helmet and sword, holding a spear with his right and a shield on his left hand.