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.
A pair of Italian carved giltwood `X'-frame folding stools, Piedmontese, Circa 1740, with a rectangular loose cushion seat, above `X'-frame baluster supports carved with scrolls, centered by a patera, joined by shaped stretchers centered by a stylised scallop-shell, on outward scrolled feet.
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, third quarter of the seventeenth century
A very important and unique pair of late-Baroque Italian polychrome majolica two- light wall-sconces
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.
A Roman Rococò Carved Giltwood Console Table, with a serpentine veneered Pavonazzetto Romano marble top.
Table top of various Sicilian jaspers, petrified wood, and Nero del Belgio, in a frame of chiselled silver, attributed to the Royal Pietre Dure Manufactory in Naples, early 19th century. On a slightly later stand of sculpted mahogany attributed to Enrico Tommaso Peters, Genoa, c. 1830.