Micromosaics, bronzes, silver and collectibles from 18th to 20th century
The Pantheon & The Temple of Antoninus and Faustina in the Roman Forum
10,000 EUR ~$13,584 USD
The Colosseum micromosaic picture 19th cent.
30,000 EUR ~$40,754 USD
Snuff box set with a micromosaic of doves and initials
12,000 EUR ~$16,301 USD
Micromosaic paperweight Roman Forum
3,500 EUR ~$4,754 USD
About Galleria Tanca Bruschini Antiques
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About UsLocated at Via dei Coronari, 8 and at Via Arco della Pace, Rione Ponte, Rome, behind the famous Piazza Navona the Tanca Bruschini Gallery was established in the 1960s, based on an idea by Maria Elisa Tanca, the eldest daughter of a famous Roman family of antique dealers, and her husband Mr. Guido Bruschini, both of whom are lovers of art, antiques and beautiful objects. Their passion, which soon turned into a deep knowledge about the subject, soon lea them to travel around the world to look for rare and unique items to offer to art lovers and collectors. The gallery has since become a household name in the international and national antique fields.
The gallery offers treasures of the finest quality, from the unique and precious objects de vertu, to watercolors and paintings depicting the Roman Campagna (countryside) made by artists like Salomon and Hermann Corrodi, Onorato Carlandi, Anivitti and many other; and from the souvenirs made for travellers and foreign tourists who visit Rome and Italy during the Grand Tour era like roman micromosaics. The gallery also showcases the finest engravings and watercolours of the classic Rome made during the neoclassical period by famous artists like Kaisermann, Ducros, Volpato, Piranesi, Cassas to the glories of the Empire Style of Napoleon. Moreover, it also has many bronze statues that reproduce the classic marble statues in the collections of Roman museums, as well as the porcelain and ceramics made in Naples by the Royal Factory and by the Giustiniani and Del Vecchio factories. It also includes the finest silver pieces made in the eternal city in the 700s and 800s, and Flemish or French ivories.