On sale is a vintage set of white porcelain figurines by Giuseppe Chiurato for Capodimonte. The set consists of two statues with two cherubs each playing musical instruments, representing an allegory of music.
Estimated age: it is estimated that these items were made during the 20th Century in Italy.
Dimensions: The size of each piece is (high x length x width in inches): cherubs playing flute and violin: 6.3 x 4 x 4; cherubs playing mandolin and pan’s flute: 6.7 x 4.2 x 4.2.
Condition: This item is in excellent condition, commensurate with its age; please take a closer look at the photos (they are an essential part of the description); if you need more, do not hesitate to request additional photos; there are no restorations or repairs to note; there are signs of wear; there is a minor fleabite in one of the statues.
Please note that this is an antique item; therefore, you should not expect to have a new or an in perfect condition looks. This item is from the past and does have a history. Part of its beauty is the history behind it and the fact that it is a living treasure from the past that has managed to survive the test of time! Take a close look at the pictures as they are one of the best elements to assess the condition of this item. If needed, feel free to request more detailed pictures!
Please note that the physical colours of this item may vary from the pictures in the listing, given the quality of the camera, the lighting and the background used.