• Semi-precious stone mosaic Florence on wooden box
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      • Semi-precious stone mosaic Florence on wooden box

      • Scarpelli Mosaici Mosaic in semiprecious stones Florence on wooden box Made with the ancient Florentine salesman technique, using stones such as: Onice Afyon, Magnesite Bianca, Siena yellow, Verde Issorie The splendid tradition of semiprecious stone mosaics is an ancient art that flourished in the sixteenth-century Florence of Ferdinando I De 'Medici. This particular technique allows for amazing pictorial and decorative effects…
    • Semiprecious stone mosaic Florence seen from the street
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      • Semiprecious stone mosaic Florence seen from the street

      • Scarpelli Mosaics Mosaic in semi-precious stones Florence seen from the street with wooden frame Made with the ancient Florentine Commesso technique, using stones such as: Onice Afyon, Sodalite, Chalcedony, Verde Issorie The splendid tradition of semiprecious stone mosaics is an ancient art that flourished in the sixteenth-century Florence of Ferdinando I De 'Medici. This particular technique that allows for pictorial effects and…
    • Semi-precious stone mosaic Florence seen from the terrace
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      • Semi-precious stone mosaic Florence seen from the terrace

      • Scarpelli Mosaics Mosaic in semi-precious stones Florence seen from the terrace with wooden frame Made with the ancient technique of the Florentine Commesso, using stones such as: Diaspro, Brocatelle from Spain, Verde Serpentino The splendid tradition of semi-precious stone mosaics is an ancient art that flourished in the sixteenth-century Florence of Ferdinando I De 'Medici. This particular technique that allows for pictorial effects and…
    • Galletto semiprecious stone mosaic
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      • Galletto semiprecious stone mosaic

      • Scarpelli Mosaics Mosaic in semi-precious stones Cockerel with wooden frame Made with the ancient Florentine salesman technique, using stones such as: Eye of the Tiger, Red jasper, Red from France, Lapislazzuli, Malachite The splendid tradition of semiprecious stone mosaics is an ancient art that flourished in the sixteenth-century Florence of Ferdinando I De 'Medici. This particular technique allows for pictorial effects…
    • Cats semiprecious stone mosaic
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      • Cats semiprecious stone mosaic

      • Scarpelli Mosaici Semi-precious stone mosaic Cats with wooden frame. Made with the ancient Florentine Commesso technique, using stones such as: Sodalite, Mother of pearl, Black from Belgium, Pearl Gray The splendid tradition of semi-precious stone mosaics is an ancient art that flourished in the sixteenth-century Florence of Ferdinando I De 'Medici. This particular technique allows for amazing pictorial and decorative effects…
    • Giglio semiprecious stone mosaic
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      • Giglio semiprecious stone mosaic

      • Scarpelli Mosaics Giglio semiprecious stone mosaic Made with the ancient Florentine salesman technique, using stones such as: Paonazzetto and Rosso Pyrenees The splendid tradition of semi-precious stone mosaics is an ancient art that flourished in the sixteenth-century Florence of Ferdinando I De 'Medici. This particular technique that allows amazing pictorial and decorative effects is called "Florentine salesman": dal latino commit,…
    • Semi-precious stone mosaic Landscape
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      • Semi-precious stone mosaic Landscape

      • Scarpelli Mosaics Semi-precious stone mosaic Landscape Made with the ancient Florentine Commesso technique, using stones such as: Onice, Chalcedony, Lapislazzuli, Rosso Levanto The splendid tradition of semiprecious stone mosaics is an ancient art that flourished in the sixteenth-century Florence of Ferdinando I De 'Medici. This particular technique that allows amazing pictorial and decorative effects is called "Florentine salesman": from Latin…
    • Parrot mosaic in semiprecious stones
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      • Parrot mosaic in semiprecious stones

      • Scarpelli Mosaics Mosaic in semiprecious stones Parrot on a black background and wooden frame Made with the ancient Florentine salesman technique, using stones such as: Black from Belgium, Malachite, Rodonite, Eye of the Tiger The splendid tradition of mosaic in semiprecious stones is an ancient art that flourished in the sixteenth-century Florence of Ferdinando I De 'Medici. This particular technique allows for pictorial effects…
    • Green Aventurine box
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      • Green Aventurine box

      • Romanelli Gallery Known in crystal therapy as the lucky stone par excellence; the properties of green aventurine, indeed, make it the stone of joy and optimism, it is an antidote to malice and brings well-being by stimulating a good mood. Green aventurine belongs to the group of quartz and is a variety of chalcedony. The box is well suited to accommodate small and…

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