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Carved tuscan wedding cassone of the Renaissance period
Carved tuscan wedding cassone of the Renaissance period - Furniture Style Renaissance Carved tuscan wedding cassone of the Renaissance period -
Ref : 74188
Price on Request
Period :
16th century
Provenance :
Tuscany, Firenze
Medium :
Dark walnut
Dimensions :
L. 61.42 inch X H. 22.05 inch X P. 21.65 inch
Furniture  - Carved tuscan wedding cassone of the Renaissance period
Galerie Gabrielle Laroche

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Carved tuscan wedding cassone of the Renaissance period

Origin : Tuscany, Firenze
Period : Early 16th Century

Height : 56 cm
Length : 156 cm
Depth : 55 cm

Dark walnut


This cassone, remarkable for its sobriety, sits on two clawed lion’s feet and a moulded base.

On the façade, there is one large moulded frame, with two soberly carved medallions inside it. Each medallion has a painted coat of arms at the centre. The two coats of arms are different, suggesting that there was an alliance between two families through marriage.

The thick lid has a fluted frieze at the front.

On the sides, a wrought iron handle reminds us of the use of this piece, which was intended for storing the property of its owner and allowing them to travel between various residences. The square shaped handles highlight the earliness of this object in the century.

The cassone is, along with the bed, a key piece of furniture of the Middle Ages and was still used in the Renaissance Period.

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