ARTE BROTTO 'True Antiques', furniture manufactured in Italy by Arte Brotto. Heir to the secular expertise and commitment of the carpenters, the family begins to operate Brotto the mid-twentieth century, trustee of a craft is increasingly rare. A company that has managed to strike a balance between the use of advance technologies that enable optimal selection and processing of raw materials and the use of equipment and manufacturing methodologies layered over the centuries. That's why the collection of points called 'True Antiques'. George Brotto, the founder, having trained at the most skilled cabinetmakers local restorer combines professional experience with a passion for the recovery of the philological tradition through the antiques. All work is done manually and in the laboratories of Bassano: the branding is a guarantee of 'Made in India'. The characteristics of each piece is guaranteed by a certificate issued by the parent. The design is inspired by furniture Italian historians of the period between the fifteenth and eighteenth century the designs of rosettes and panels created by the figures embedded in the floors of old. Part of the wood is well utliizzato ancient, dating back to centuries past, because recovered from old houses and historical buildings or houses as a result of restructuring.

This dresser is inspired by the lines of the Venetian Baroque, around 1730. Excellent example of crafts with 2 shaped drawers, veneered with walnut, inlaid with ebony, walnut and maple. The floor is made of solid walnut, the structure is in natural w[...]. [...]

Size: L. 128 W. 55 H. 91
This sideboard has been designed taking shape and detail typical of the '600. The frame is shaped a process called 'wooden head' walnut. The hardware is made by hand. The doors are attached to the upper frame with the particular fastening with nails,[...]. [...]

Size: L. 223 W. 63 H. 100
This dresser was conducted along the lines of '600. In shaped frame is a work called 'wooden head' walnut. The hardware is made by hand, the wings are attached to the upper frame with particular fisaggio with nails, typical working age. Particular ba[...]. [...]

Size: L. 156 W. 55 H. 112
Typical reasons ashlar drawers typical Venetian furniture end 600. A richly carved dresser replaces the stamp and the first upper tray flap hides a series of small drawers. The chest is made of solid walnut and the frame is made of fir wood as well a[...]. [...]

Size: L. 138 W. 63 H. 112
'Giotto' sideboard, Florence / Siena style, dating from the fifteenth century and characterized by three large doors. The rich marquetry 'Carthusian' on doors, made of small pieces of different woods give the cabinet a distinctive flavor, making it u[...]. [...]

Size: L. 248 W. 60 H. 110
Renaissance-inspired Tuscan sideboard. Has a print architecture that is recognized in the sober linearity of the structural design. The two large doors are carefully crafted with an inlay in an elegant color scheme. The shoulders are decorated with p[...]. [...]

Size: L. 221 W. 60 H. 116
This 'vision' sideboard inspired by the Renaissance Tuscan, characterized by precious inlaid doors, the sides open to reveal other compartments. Hides a special mechanism that once activated, causes a television a plasma television. This combination [...]. [...]

Size: L. 214 W. 62 H. 95
This coffee table, which recalls the taste of the early 's 800 is characterized by fluid, but calibrated, intertwining legs easily connected by a turned pedestal. The plan is elegantly enriched by a precious inlay.
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Size: L. 141 W. 78 H. 50
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