Pair of plans. Florence, second quarter of the 19th century


Pair of tops in white marble veneered in Medici breccia, finished with a chiselled gilded bronze edge and worked with a motif of successive leaves.


Historical-stylistic analysis:

The two marble floors were created in Florence in the second quarter of the nineteenth century, as evidenced by the workmanship of the materials, as well as the taste of the leaf motif decorating the bronze brow. The body is in white marble, covered with slabs of Medici breccia placed mirror-like and side by side, in such a way that the veins of the stone create decorative mirror effects.
The two floors were created to be placed on a pair of baroque consoles to replace the older ones, to create a piece of furniture with a strong scenographic impact.

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