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Venetian Grotto silver gilt arm chairs with carved seashell back & seat with dolphin design on arms - 19th Century - Franco Zefferelli Collection

(Seashell chair, it fits the theme ). Italian Venetian Grotto Cent) silver gilt arm chairs with carved seashell back & seat with dolphin design on arms - Franco Zefferelli Collection - Watsonette

Venetian Grotto (19th cent.) silver gilt settee with carved seashell design seat and back and dolphin arms DIMENSIONS 56"w x 28"d x 37¼"h

) silver gilt settee with carved seashell design seat and back and dolphin arms DIMENSIONS x x

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From A Rare Pauly Et Cie Suite Of Venetian Grotto Furniture An exuberantly shaped small settee exhibiting shell and seahorse motifs in various forms. Carved wood, gesso, gilt and pigment by the pre-eminent Venetian Grotto maker, Pauly et cie.

Venetian Silver Gilt, "Fantasy" Grotto Settee | From a unique collection of antique and modern settees at http://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/seating/settees/

Venetian Silver Gilt, "Fantasy" Grotto Settee

View this item and discover similar settees for sale at - Venetian century Silver gilt, carved wood, 'fantasy' Grotto Settee of large clam shell with dolphin arms and rocaille legs.

Venetian painted and parcel-gilt grotto furniture, circa 1900 - Each seat formed as a carved scallop shell above dolphin arm supports on rockwork carved legs. 41½ in.

Venetian painted and parcel-gilt grotto furniture, circa 1900 - Each seat formed as a carved scallop shell above dolphin arm supports on rockwork carved legs.

Italian Grotto misc. furniture pedestal silver gilt

) carved silver gilt and red polychromed pedestal with peacock design and black square top with shelf

Pair Carved Wood Dolphin Brackets Italian 19th Century

Pair carved wood dolphin brackets- italian 19th century

Venetian carved wooden chair, circa 1860s, $3600  During the 18th century, there was a huge fashion for creating grottoes; it was an ode to Romans, who created the artificial caverns as places to seek the Muses

Venetian carved wooden chair, circa During the century, there was a huge fashion for creating grottoes; it was an ode to Romans, who created the artificial caverns as places to seek the Muses

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