• Chandelier with drops, in white lacquered iron, dating back to the 50s / 60s
    Period: 50s / 60s Measurements: H 97 x Ø 50 cm
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    Coffee table model "Ragno" designed in 1955. Circular glass top and base with spiked legs and shaped arms in beech wood. Italian manufacture from the 1960s. Good conditions. Diameter cm 68 Height cm 50,5
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    Samo table by Carlo Scarpa in white Naxos marble. Feet in a single block with grooves. Thick oval top. Small signs of wear due to time
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    Table lamp mod. 12297 designed by Angelo Lelli for Arredoluce , Italy, 1950s Brass and lacquered aluminum. In excellent used working condition, authenticated by Arredoluce Lit.
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    Mario Sironi - Jockey on Horseback - Futurist work from 1914, pencil on canvas paper, signed lower right. On the back, date, title and signature by Willi Macchiati. Period: 1914 Measurements: Framed H 57.5 x W 73 x D 4.5 cm / Paper H 23 x W 32 cm
  • Rare Piedmontese sideboard from the Restoration period, circa 1830. The sideboard is in walnut with boxwood and cherry inlays and fillets. Six doors, riser supported by two turned columns, onion feet, decorated glass. Period: circa 1830 Measurements: H 244 x W 160 x D 60 cm
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    Pencil and white lead, study of a figure of a man with his back, 17th century. Period: '600 Measurements: Framed H 33.5 x W 26.5 x D 3 / Pencil H 24 x W 18 cm
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    "Cavallo e cavaliere" by Marino Marini, pen and brushstroke ink on paper, 1945. Signature at lower right. The drawing was included in the archive of the artist's autograph works in May '94. Period: 1945 Measurements: Framed H 63 x W 53.5 x D 5.5 / Paper H 35 x W 26 cm
  • Directoire-style half-moon gaming table from the first half of the 19th century. The table has: walnut panelling and maple inlays, an inlaid checker on the top, green cloth inside and truncated pyramid legs. Period: First half of the 19th century Measurements: H 82 x W103 x D 52 / Diameter Open 104 cm
  • Pair of large decorated vases by Umberto Ghersi (1913-1993), circa 1950. Both vases are signed at the top. Period: circa 1950 Measurements: H 91 x D 39 cm
  • Photograph by Vittorio Sella. The setting of the Sella Pass at about 4400 m, straddling the Bezingi and Khumkol glaciers. Central Caucasus Gelatin silver print. Period: Early 20th century Measurements: H 30 x W 40 cm
  • Photography by Vittorio Sella Courmayeur, 1929 With date and dedication on the back. Gelatin silver gelatin print. Period: 1929 Measurements: H 30 x W 40 cm
  • Oil on canvas by Alberto Cecconi (Florence 1897 - 1971), Florentine painter. Large painting from the 1940s, signed at lower right. The scene is set in a wooded landscape and depicts a woman intent on spinning and sheep grazing. Period: 1940s Measurements: H 118 x W 168,5 x D 10,5 cm / Canvas H 95 x W 145 cm
  • "La materia" ceramic sculpture by Angelo Basso (1943 - 2011), unique piece, label on the base. Presented at the 130th Figurative Arts Exhibition. Shown in the catalogue of the 130th Figurative Arts Exhibition, 27 October - 27 November 1972, of the Società Promotrice delle Belle Arti - Turin - Valentino Park. Period: 1972 Measurements: Sculpture measures H 36 x W 17 x D 16 cm / Base H 5 cm
  • "Santuario d'Oropa" mixed media on canvas by Silvano Magliola Large painting, mixed technique on canvas, from the 1970s, depicting the Sanctuary of Oropa with its ancient Basilica. Silvano Magliola, painter from Biella in the second half of the 20th century. Period: 1970s Measurements: Framed H 114 x W 199,5 x D 4,5 cm / Canvas H 99 x W 184,5 cm
  • "The flagellation of Christ" Oil on canvas from the 17th century. The painting represents a sacred scene full of characters. The technique of pittutr is of excellent quality. The work is in an excellent state of preservation and has been slightly restored. Period: 17th century Measures: H 74 x W 62,5 x D 2 cm
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    Small Piedmontese writing desk, inlaid, Louis XVI. The desk dates from the late 18th/early 19th century and is made of various inlaid woods: walnut, cherry, maple and boxwood. With openable top and compartments, choked leg with pyramidal trunk. Period: late 18th/early 19th century Measurements: H 75,5 x W 86,5 x D 46 cm
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    "Animals in Struggle" bronze sculpture by Antonio Ligabue. Stamp with edition on the base. Certificate of Guarantee and Authenticity Antonio Ligabue (Zurich 1899 - Gualtieri 1965), cm. 21.5x37x20.5; ex. 444/1500 Bronze sculpture with limited edition worldwide of 1500 numbered pieces, progressively from 1 to 1500 plus a multiple, not numbered, donated to the "Museo Antonio Ligabue" in Gualtieri. There are no artist's proofs or different numbering from that stated. "Clay sculpture modelled by Ligabue, probably around the years 1936-1942. It is undoubtedly one of the artist's most important sculptures, in terms of expressive intensity, formal balance and content. It depicts a fight between a lynx and a wild cat, where anger, ferocity and aggression are expressed with such realism that we believe the artist identifies with the animal that is usually attacked, thus expressing the anguish that haunted the artist throughout his life".

    Prof Sergio Negri

    Period: 1940s Measurements: Sculpture H 21.5 x W 37 x D 20.5 cm / Pedestal H 28 x W 41 x D 22 cm
  • "Sky Kiss 2007" Flap sofa, an icon of Edra's production, designed by Francesco Binfaré. The Sky Kiss 2007 edition is dedicated to pop-art: made of white fabric with a print, the sofa becomes a large canvas representing a romantic kiss between a man and a woman. Pure Italian design, incomparable for its stylistic innovation. This sofa stands out for the originality of its shapes and its high level of functional flexibility, as it is possible to adjust the nine movable elements of its modules to sit or lie on them. The various components of the seat, inspired by the flaps of aircraft wings, can assume up to six positions. The Flap has a steel frame, a brushed and chrome-plated metal base, polyurethane padding, and has been entirely assembled by hand. The choice of fabrics is anything but random, each product has been studied and upholstered according to tactile and technological characteristics, conceiving what materials are useful for each model. The condition of the sofa is good, the fabric needs to be washed and has a tear of about 12 cm (see in the particular photo). Period: 2007 Measurements: H 84 x W 355 x D 160 / Seat height 34 cm
    Rare first edition. Very well preserved.

    Period: 1766

    Measurements: H 25,5 x 19,5 x 2,5 cm

  • Pair of 1970s table lamps attributed to the Italian designer/manufacturer "Valenti Luce". Aluminium frame and white crystal globe light with blue base, vintage/industrial style. European plug (up to 250V), fits 40V bulbs. Production period 1970 - 1979. Valenti Luce is an Italian brand founded in 1929, a leader in modern lighting design. Valenti's collection has won several awards including the prestigious "Compasso d'Oro" and some of his most important creations such as: "Pistillo", "Pistillino" and "Hebi" are recognised as icons and can be found at Moma and the Triennale in Milan. FUNCTIONING ITEMS - ONE OF THE LAMPS HAS A DIFFERENT SWITCH. Period: 1970s Measurements: H 22 x D 13 cm
  • Romeo Rega floor lamp, 1950s. The lamp has a brass frame, wooden base and fabric shade. Period: 1950s Dimensions: H 188,5 x W 123 / Lampshade D 54,5 cm
  • Rare Biella walnut chest, dated 1745 on the front, with feral feet. Classic carving depicting the thistle plant, an element used in the processing of cashmere, in the Biella textile industry. The chest has been restored. Period: 1745 Measurements: H 63 x W 157 x D 63.5 cm
  • Portraits, pair of gouaches by Philippe Garel (Trébeurden 1945). The pair of gouaches, depicts two portraits: a woman in a blue dress and a woman in a sandy dress, both signed and dated 1984. Period: 1984 Measurements: Framed H 54 x W 44 x D 2 / Gouache H 33 x W 22 cm
  • Bramin teak dining chairs. Group of 4 Bramin dining chairs, Denmark, designed by Henry Walter Klein, in the 1960s. They are in good condition, with a small break on the seat of one of the chairs. Period: 1960s Measurements: H 78 x W 49 x D 46 cm / H seat 44 cm
  • "Interior of a courtyard, Milan" Oil on canvas, early 20th century. In a splendid frame carved and gilded with gold leaf, Mascardini painter's stamp on the back. Period: early '900 Measurements: In frame H 62,5 x 96,5 x D 4 / Canvas H 39,5 x W 74,5 cm
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    "Woman' bronze sculpture by Titta Ratti. Titta Ratti, real name Battista Ratti (Milan 1896 - Malvaglia 1992). Period: mid 20th century Measurements: H 54 x W 18 x D 18 cm
  • Extendable oval chestnut table from the end of the 19th century, restored with a rough wood finish. The table can be extended to a length of about 326 cm, the extensions are to be made. Period: end of 19th century Measurements: H 74 Open Length 326 x Width 135 cm / Closed Ø 135 cm
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    "The Dioscuri" ink on paper by Alberto Savinio, circa 1928 unsigned. "I Dioscuri" is published in the Electa General Catalogue (edited by Pia Vivarelli) on p. 245 as "Untitled" for the year 1928, order number 3. Period: circa 1928 Measurements: H 26,6 x W 21 cm
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    "La coquete du desert" pencil on paper by Alberto Savinio, circa 1929, signed on the lower right. "La conquete du désert" was published under this title in C.g. on p. 247, as of 1929, n.d. 9. Period: circa 1929 Measurements: H 12 x W 17.3 cm
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    "Glory of St. Benedict" mixed media on paper by Pietro Annigoni (1910-1988), on the reverse side cartouche of the IInd Biennale of Sacred Art of Pescara. Measurements: In frame H 99.5 x W 78.5 x D 10 / Paper H 80 x W 60 cm
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    Composition, ink on paper, Massimo Campigli (1895-1971), pencil signature on the lower left. Archive number 4390564, by Nicola Campigli, in Saint Tropez 20 /10 /1991. Measurements: Framed H 51.5 x W 45 x D 2.5 / Drawing H 29.5 x W 26.5 cm
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    "Cathedral of San Rufino in Assisi", mixed media on cardboard by Luigi Zago (Villafranca di Verona 1894 - Buenos Aires 1952), 1930s. Period: 1930s Measurements: Framed H 95 x W 96,5 x D 7 cm / Cardboard H 78 x W 68 cm
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    "Dali - De Draeger" catalogue by Max Gérard, 1968. The catalogue has a drawing of Don Quixote, with a dedication on the guard paper, a gift from the Catalan artist Salvador Dali (Figueras 1904 - 1989) "Every morning, as I wake up, I experience a supreme pleasure that I am discovering today for the first time: that of being Salvador Dali, and I wonder, filled with wonder, what this Salvador Dali will do again today that is so prodigious. And every day it is more difficult for me to understand how others can live without being Gala or Salvador Dali. A Catalan with a thirst for gold and glory, Dali painted a lot and talked a lot. His favourite subject: how to become a genius. His conclusion: 'Oh, Salvador, now you know, if you play at being a genius, you will become one! Salvador Dali's taste for provocation, excessive character, pursuit of paradox and exaggerated egocentricity have made him a well-known figure to the general public. These elements have helped to turn a great artist - endowed with a fervid creative intelligence and a profound knowledge of the history of the arts, the masters of the past and the literary research of his time - into a myth, which still arouses great curiosity today. However, his continuous exposure as an absolute 'genius' of art, to critics and to the judgement of the public, has given the impression of being able to fully understand his work and easily enter into his thought. In reality, his entire oeuvre reveals a very complex personality. Like his compatriot Picasso, Dali experimented with different expressive languages during his long career, moving away from painting towards cinema, theatre, photography and even performance. "At the age of six I wanted to be a cook. At seven I wanted to be Napoleon. And my ambition has been steadily growing ever since". Dali's life and work are inextricably intertwined, in fact many events in the artist's life were reflected in his creations, and many paintings can only be understood on the basis of the events that marked his life. At the age of six he painted his first canvas. Then, at the age of ten, he received his first drawing lesson, under the guidance of the famous Impressionist painter Ramón Pichot (1872 - 1925). He would later say that he was influenced by Pichot's works, which represented his first contact with a non-academic artistic current, focused on the reality of his time. At the age of fourteen he discovered the pompiers, at twenty-two cubism and at twenty-four he was already Dali, convinced that he had been called Salvador because he was destined to be the "saviour" of painting threatened with death by abstract art, academic surrealism, Dadaism in general and all the anarchic isms. At the age of 25, he was already winning over critics, doing business with gallery owners and collecting scandals. Period: 1968 Measurements: Page size with drawing and dedication H 30 x W 27.5 cm
  • Barovier chandelier from the 1940s. The chandelier is made out of brass and transparent Murano glass, it is structured by six fluted arms, sustaining ribbed glass cups. Period: 1940s Measurements: H80 x L70 cm
  • Group of Murano chandeliers from the 1970s. Applications in white Murano glass, with blue edges, shapes reminiscent of the lily with chromed structure. They are three the same and one different. They need to be checked, they need a minimal adjustment of the electrical part, and the chrome plating is not perfect in all of them. Period: 1970s Measurements: Ø 40 cm
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