Giuseppe Borsato ( 1771 - 1849 )
An Italian Neoclassical carved, veneered and ebonized cherry wood day-bed.
By repute previously in Papafava 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 day-bed.Probably by Antonio Carnera after a design by Giuseppe Borsato (1770–1849) 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.