Antonio Iachini started working as a restorer when he started his business in the 80s, while working as a cabinetmaker at the same time, creating furniture and inlaid panels, sculptures, carved and gilded items and furniture. In the last eight years another of his passions has become his job: as a luthier he produces electric and acoustic instruments that have received awards and praise. Each of his works is made in exclusively by hand in the heart of the land of the Etruscans.
From Monday to Sunday from 8 am to 8 pm
Via Torre di Lavello, 16/18, Tuscania, VT, Italia - +39 0761 434033 / +39 339 6497037 - http://www.iachinirestauro.com
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