A department dedicated to silver testifies to the continued interest in silverware as a cultural heritage and at the same time concrete.
This antique market, principally European, confirms its solidity within the vast market of valuables. Important names of Italian creativity of the twentieth century stand out as well, creating a particular niche of enthusiasts and collectors thus showing a renewed generational interest.
The Auction house promotes and encourages this interest in the antique and the modern by selecting and proposing pieces that stand out for quality and originality and that may be utilized by the silverware customer who knew and knows how to make everyday use of beauty.
Real objects of art, antique and collectors' items, the silverware represents the taste of every age through the power of a malleable and precious material.
At Palazzo Crivelli we're getting into the heart of the auction season with the Furniture and Old Master Paintings Sale, which concluded with a turnover of over €2 million, 80% of lots sold and a 162% increase in value from the starting estimates...