TARPAC We commenced operations in 1953. After starting with a production of classic furniture from "'600 empire," we realized that the advent of 'industrialization put at risk all our work. We had to find a type of mobile as industrialization and advanced technology and more differentiated the product. We started visiting museums to document and we were fascinated by some archaic objects Medieval / Renaissance. We saw that values were disappearing and bring a wealth of sophisticated and modern audiences.

Help from the farmer very simple and true we are born and bred, we were able to immerse ourselves in the culture of those days and we have built with our hands the 18 "jewels" Collection "Tuscanyjewels. It was 1960.
Eventually we found a type of furniture that, for the wood used (solid chestnut natural worked at the table) for accessories (ironwork forged by hand) and the finish was completely hand over the "fashion" and gaining more value in time.

Today, after 40 years, the TARPAC we reason and think with the way that time and all of our furniture collections are personally chosen, and the craftsmen who were able to learn our love, our passion and our sensitivity to these mobile of extraordinary beauty and flavor.

Natural chestnut wood sideboard finished by hand. Inspired by a Badalone sacristy of the fifteenth century, then transformed into belief, held in Florence at the Museo Bardini.
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Size: L. 220 W. 53 H. 124
Solid wood chestnut chest finish with hand forged iron studs and the inside cover with painted decoration. Is inspired by an accurate translation of a Tuscan wedding chest (about the fifteenth century) preserved in Rome at Palazzo Venezia.
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Size: L. 173 W. 72 H. 68
Solid wood chest with painted chestnut archaic handmade internal coperchio. It's inspired by a kitchen cabinet late medieval northern Italy (around the late fifteenth century) preserved in Florence at the Museo Bardini.
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Size: L. 149 W. 58 H. 79
Chestnut solid wood hand finished wardrobe even in the carvings of the windows, and the translation of an original Gothic-Nordic very essential.
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Size: L. 104 W. 36 H. 190
Refectory table in solid natural chestnut finished by hand. This is the translation of a very popular model in Italy and repeatedly for several centuries (XV-XVII) always with similar characteristics and slight variations.
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Size: L. 250 W. 85 H. 78
Table-tilting bench solid wood chestnut hand finished. Translation of an original of uncertain age, probably of the sixteenth century found in Lucca and now kept in a private U.S. collection.
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Size: L. 100 W. 66 H. 140
Locker solid wood chestnut hand finished carved on the door and side jambs, is the translation of a small cabinet with Gothic influences Nordic construction but probably much later (around the sixteenth century) preserved in Germany, private collecti[...]. [...]

Size: L. 95 W. 40 H. 74
Solid wood chestnut finished completely by hand chair, and carved wooden seat. Is inspired by an original invoice clearly popular (Sicily, nineteenth century) currently stored at the Museum of Palazzo Bellomo in Syracuse.
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Size: L. 50 W. 50 H. 110
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