Antique hardwood panel divided into fifteen small compartments, used to realise a wonder-cabinet The item measures 36 x 23 x 6 cm and each square compartment has a side of 6 cm. The description can exclusively be made through the images. The craftsman who built this masterpiece made minimal use of non-natural materials (practically only for the skull and Verona Arena). Materials used are wood, shells, cork, terracotta, fabric, seeds and corals. Please note the branch in bamboo coral and the turtle in silver alloy climbing of an obsidian pyramid. Valuable materials have also been used. Two 19th century stencils in brass frames. Carefully detailed. A niche depicts a tribute to Verona, the artist’s city. The others are all monothematic. The items have been glued with a glue that does not alter the individual pieces. During transportation, some of the pieces that have not been sealed, may detach but it will be sufficient to reallocate them by following the images. Very delicate object.
Shipping to Italy with standard parcel.
In the interest of the buyers, the lots to other European countries will be sent only via Poste Italiane, with track and trace system so as to provide absolute reliability. The shipping costs are listed here.
Buyers from non-EU countries should be aware of any customs regulations in their country.
Pickup in downtown Verona is always accepted.
- wunderkammer miniature
- Période estimée
- Pays d’origine
- Comme neuf, inutilisé
- 23×36×6 cm