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These antique pietra dura plaques are a collection that we have spent many years acquiring, and are now bringing to the market.

Contact us with the plaque number to make an enquiry.

Please note that due to the number of emails we receive, we can only reply to serious enquiries that state the plaque number and provide full contact details.

Please note that we do not provide valuations, cannot respond to valuation requests, and as such, please do not email us requesting valuations.



PLEASE NOTE: due to severe flooding of our shop on 5 December 2016, unfortunately all our stock was destroyed. We are working on finding more music boxes and plaques, but it takes time to find and restore them. We aim to have new stock to offer in early/mid 2017. Thank you for your patience in the meantime.

Vincent & James Freeman


219: Cavaliers in a Cellar, c. 1885
224: G. Montelatici, c. 1905

Superbly detailed large antique pietra dura plaque of cavaliers carousing in a wine cellar, in original ebony frame

Excellent quality pietra dura plaque of a cellist signed by Giovanni Montelatici and housed in an original neo-Gothic casement frame

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221: Montelatici Workshop(?), c. 1900
220: E. Laschi, c. 1910
Antique pietra dura plaque of a boy peeling an apple

Fine and charming single figure pietra dura plaque of a boy peeling an orange, probably from the Montelatici workshop

Antique pietra dura plaque of two monks shaving signed E. Laschi

Finely worked and charming pietra dura plaque of two monks shaving, signed E. Laschi
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206: Plaque of a Gentleman, c. 1900
216: Pompeii Micromosaic, c. 1870

Minutely detailed small antique pietra dura plaque of an elderly gentleman

Magnificent Roman micromosaic plaque in orignal frame, retailed by E. Tombini
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214:Florence, c. 1880
 208: G. Montelatici, Florence, c. 1908

Fine quality antique pietra dura plaque of a cavalier and a monk, retailed by Pierre Bazzanti et fils, Firenze

Exquisite and rare antique pietra dura plaque of a lady with her dog at her feet, signed by Giovanni Montelatici, 1908

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