Cristina Forconi's Reali Restauri restoration firm works to bring new life to precious chandeliers, preserving not only their functional value, but also historical and artistic value. Consider the important work that was done in the Palazzo Reale in Turin, on the approximately 200 majestic chandeliers in Ca' Rezzonico style. Specialized in Maria Theresa chandeliers, the firm is dedicated to restoring and also creating chandeliers in iron, brass, bronze and Murano glass. The customer can request reproductions of copies, or chandeliers made from original designs.
Monday to Friday from 8:30 am to 12:30 pm and from 2 pm to 7 pm, open Saturday morning
Via Ormea, 67/B, Torino, TO, Italia - +39 011 6694675 / +39 334 8096767 - http://www.realerestauri.com
The workshop is currently restoring artwork for Florence’s Opera del Duomo Museum and about thirty of the Basilica’s stained-glass windows have been restored by the workshop’s highly experienced and skillful artisans. Not only does the workshop take care of precious artwork, but has a number of private customers and produces new stained-glass windows, both big […]
Art, passion and skill have been the basic ingredients of this workshop in the heart of Florence’s Oltrarno area for over a century, since the late 1800s. In this workshop, renowned worldwide for the restoration of precious glass and crystal objects, glassware is carefully studied and restored to its original splendor by using old grinding […]
The neighborhood of Santo Spirito, which together with San Frediano hosts antique dealers and the finest craftsmen in Florence is certainly full of charm, just as the Olivastri shop is, where the craftsmen restore works in wood, antique furniture and inlaid pieces as well as frames, candlesticks, polychrome statues and paintings on wood. In the […]
Located at the foot of the Etna volcano, Antonio Gulisano’s workshop specializes in the preservation and restoration of wooden works, gilding, selling of artwork, antiques and modern collectibles. After some years of training and working in Florence, where he restored works of art from the Uffizi Gallery and Palazzo Pitti, Antonio moved back to his […]