Beautiful 17th Century cabinet still with the first original patina, lifted to bombacci and mythological figures of Tuscan
Beautiful 17th Century cabinet still with the first original patina, lifted to bombacci and mythological figures of Tuscan origin or umbra.
In wood and chestnut oak
In good conditions.
cm. H 224/104 L 150/130 P 44/26
History and curiosity of this item:
Important is working to carving executed with considerable skill on all its facades, grafting components of that are made with nails in wood.
The merit of this kitchen cabinet are the Renaissance Bambocci: Decorative in human form ("putto"(angel), head) carved or engraved with a strong emphasis on all-round or drawers and along the side pillars and corners of coffered, cupboard and other containers late sixteenth-century, whether Dignified and monumental. The bambocci alternate often vegetable motifs or garlands of flowers or fruit. Especially important mobile bambocci production of Liguria, Tuscany, Lombardy