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Neo-baroque tripod planter with monogram of King Ferdinand II

Tripod planter in the Hall of Spring of the Royal Palace of Caserta, from the mid-19th century with the monogram of King Ferdinand II of Bourbon


Category furnishing
Type planter
Artist - , Ferdinand IV
Year 1850-60
Origin Naples
Material Gilded wood, porcelain, velvet
technique cabinet-making, gilding, modeling
Style neobaroque
Dimensions (WxDxH) 159x76cm


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