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An Italian wooden 'pastiglia' coffer with Fleur-de-lis and rampant lions, Florence, 16th C.

This lot was sold on 2022-06-26 and is no longer available

H 50,5 x L 151 x D 41 cm

Provenance: With a label on the back for the 'Kunstsammlung Emil Georg Bührle', Zurich.

Expert: Cabinet Benoît Bertrand

- Generally in good, presentable condition.
- Minor wear to the pastiglia throughout the entire surface, mainly small losses.
- A number of touch-ups to the gilding throughout.
- The horizontal split between the two wooden panels of which the front is composed very slightly showing on the front.
- The lower part of the front section with some restoration.
- Lacking a part of the key mechanism to the frontal panel and the entire mechanism to the upper panel, with a sign of former presence where it supposedly was on the inside of the upper panel.

Estimate: € 4000 - € 8000