1 April 2008
A PAIR OF ITALIAN CARVED HARDSTONE SUPPORTS
PROBABLY 16TH CENTURY, FLORENTINE
Each with waisted baluster, the sides with arabasques, inscribed in ink F.110 and 126
92 cm. high (2)
With Stefano Bardini, Florence, before 1894.
Gartenpalais, Rossau, Vienna, before 1945.
Schloss Vaduz, Liechtenstein, 1945.
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