Solid wood frame completely hand-carved by the master craftsmen of the Bartolozzi & Maioli art workshop specialising in woodcarving since 1938.

This frame, also usable as mirror, is made following the decorative model of the frames known as Robbiane (englazed terracotta). An illustrious example of this style can be found in the Uffizi Gallery, the historical complement to the work Madonna and Child with Two Angels by Filippo Lippi.

Together with Bartolozzi & Maioli, we have selected a series of frames, made entirely by hand, in the style typical of Florence in the late Renaissance and Baroque periods. Each frame is carved from solid wood, presented in its natural state or decorated with gold leaf. Bartolozzi e Maioli’s production is closely bound to the history of Florentine art. In fact, its founders spent years studying the original models in Le Gallerie degli Uffizi, filtering them through their own personal experience and adapting them to contemporary tastes.

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Availability: In stock

Material: Cirmolo wood
Size: cm 99 x 80,5
Weight: kg 2,5
Processing technique: Carving
Shipping: White Gloves handling or special needs – Contact info@firenzemuseistore.com
The frame in the picture is presented in its natural state. On request, it can be decorated with gold leaf. Contact info@firenzemuseistore.com

Craftsman: Bartolozzi e Maioli
A workshop specialising in woodcarving since 1938. For three generations they have produced works of international calibre, such as the restoration of the rooms of Tsar Nicholas II in the Moscow Kremlin and the refurbishing of the Choir and Sacristy of the Abbey of Montecassino.

Weight 2500 g

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