Mirror, carved wood and gilded leaf, embellished with igreen glass.
Rare example in which we find this particular work, destined - according to tradition - to be reserved for supplies for the Doge.
This mirror made in the nineteenth century by Michelangelo Guggenheim and originally commissioned by the King for the Royal Villa of Monza together with a complete furniture, on the occasion of the visit of Emperor William II of Germany, and another pair of mirrors with the same workmanship, present at the Poldi Pezzoli Museum in Milan, represent the only terms of reference, together with an armchair currently in the Quirinal collections and another very similar one now in the Weesenstein Castle .
Conditions reports: good
5 900 €