An Italian polychrome decorated scagliola table top, on a faux walnut and parcel-gilt base probably second half 19th century

An Italian polychrome decorated scagliola table top, on a faux walnut and parcel-gilt base probably second half century

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.

Table.      Place of origin:      Rome, Italy (made).     Date:      ca. 1580 (made).  © V&A Images

Table Place of origin:Rome, Italy (made) Date:ca. 1580 (made) Artist/Maker:unknown (production) Materials and Techniques:White marble cut with recesses into which are glued thin slices of different marbles and hardstones V&A

AN ITALIAN PIETRE DURE RECTANGULAR PLAQUE FROM THE FLORENTINE GRAND DUCAL WORKSHOPS, 17TH CENTURY

An Italian pietre dure rectangular plaque from the Florentine Grand Ducal Workshops, century

Орнамент барокко. Столешницы в технике флорентийской мозаики (PIETRA DURA). Обсуждение на LiveInternet - Российский Сервис Онлайн-Дневников

Stoleshnitsy v tekhnike florentiyskoy mozaiki (PIETRA DURA) Baroque ornament. Countertops in the Florentine mosaic technique (PIETRA DURA

AN ITALIAN PIETRA DURA AND SPECIMEN MARBLE AND GILTWOOD CENTRE TABLE

AN ITALIAN PIETRA DURA AND SPECIMEN MARBLE AND GILTWOOD CENTRE TABLE

Italian polychrome decorated scagliola table top, on a faux walnut and parcel-gilt base probably second half 19th century

An Italian polychrome decorated scagliola table top, on a faux walnut and parcel-gilt base probably second half century SOLD.

Pietra dura table top | Italian, Rome | The Met

Pietra dura table top Date: late or early century Culture: Italian, Rome Medium: Hardstones, alabaster, and marble (pietra dura); marble frame and walnut stand (replacement).

ITALIAN PIETRE DURE PANEL ROME, SECOND HALF 16TH CENTURY length 47 in.; width 30 in. 119.5 cm; 76 cm

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An Ebonized And Brass-Inlaid Center Table In The Manner Of 'Peters Of Genoa' With Top Of Pietre Dure And Marbles Probably Genoa. First Quarter Of The Nineteenth Century.

LARGE FLORENTINE PIETRE DURE TABLE-TOP  BY ARTE DEL MOSAICO WORKSHOP, FLORENCE, FIRST HALF 20TH CENTURY  Centered with a courting doves and musical trophy, the border with four portrait cartouches, on a modern patinated and parcel-gilt iron base, the underside inscribed ARTE DEL MOSAICO/VIA S GUISEPPE 36-38/FIRENZE-ITALY  The top: 32 x 54 ¾ in. (81.5 x 136 cm.)  The base: 18 ½ in. (47 cm.) high

LARGE FLORENTINE PIETRE DURE TABLE-TOP BY ARTE DEL MOSAICO WORKSHOP, FLORENCE, FIRST HALF 20TH CENTURY Centered with a courting doves and musical trophy, the border with four portrait cartouches, on a modern patinated and parcel-gilt iron base, the underside inscribed ARTE DEL MOSAICO/VIA S GUISEPPE 36-38/FIRENZE-ITALY The top: 32 x 54 ¾ in. (81.5 x 136 cm.) The base: 18 ½ in. (47 cm.) high

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