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Luxury Collection and Eclectic, Classy Photography - Antique Louis XV Table Top By André-Charles Boulle marguetry inlaid

BERTI / LASER INLAYS Prefinished flooring parquet. #parquet #parquetlovers

BERTI / LASER INLAYS Prefinished flooring parquet. #parquet #parquetlovers

Detail of a pietra dura casket at Charlecote Park, Warwickshire

Visconti’s ‘The Leopard’ revisited

Detail of a pietra dura casket at Charlecote Park, Warwickshire, England. The lapis stone (blue) is extraordinary!

Rectangle Coffee Table Italian Florence Pietra Dura Marble inlaid Ancient Table #Pachikari #PietraDura

Rectangle Coffee Table Italian Florence Pietra Dura Marble inlaid Ancient Table

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An Italian scagliola table top attributed to Pietro Antonio Paolini, Tuscan, circa 1735.

An Italian scagliola table top attributed to Pietro Antonio Paolini, Tuscan…

A MAGNIFICENT LATE RENAISSANCE ANTIQUE MARBLE INLAID TABLE TOP, ROMAN LAST QUARTER 16TH CENTURY

Chapter 10 Part 2 Florentine tables- this is an elaborate marble table top typically seen on Florentine style tables. Originally having a pedestal support but later four-legged tables became common as well.

Pietra Dura Inlaid Plaque of Two Birds with Pomegranates, Circa 1900, Made in Florence. This fine quality, captivating pietra dura plaque depicts two tropical birds on a tree branch laden with ripe pomegranates, bursting with iridescent red seeds. The piece is composed of various hardstones including malachite, jasper, serpentine, lapis, etc.

Pietre Dura Inlaid Plaque of Two Birds with Pomegranates I Circa 1900 I Made in Florence I The piece is composed of various hardstones including malachite, jasper, serpentine, lapis, etc.

Bureau à caissons en marqueterie Boulle en contre partie. Attribué à Nicolas Sageot (1666-1731). Epoque Louis XIV.

Bureau à caissons en marqueterie Boulle en contre partie. Attribué à Nicolas Sageot (1666-1731). Epoque Louis XIV.

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