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Renaissance Dining Room

Since ancient times the concept of "family home" has some of his "institutional places" in the kitchen and dining room, which is ideal in environments where you sit in comfort to enjoy the famous dishes from the renowned, incomparable Italian cuisine. Umbria also no exception to this rule and always in this region, "Civilization of good food and hospitality" is one of the strengths and proud of its ancient culture.
At Castle Castelleone the dining room is next to the big wooden kitchen old chestnut but encloses the heart and technological pace with modern times thus becoming the ideal playground for even the most seasoned chef.
Of particular aesthetic impact the Renaissance dining room features a huge and massive dining table of almost 5 meters in chestnut wood from a Spanish castle, dating from the end of '500. Behind him a monumental sideboard rack-Tuscan Renaissance parade in solid walnut pilasters with anthropomorphic figures sculpted and grotesque. On the big table and find space on the sideboard services table of Deruta majolica dedicated to the Castle and the family owns. Upon completion and exaltation of this environment a unique and unrepeatable, perhaps one of the most important artistic finds from around the Castle: the truly monumental and museum Murano chandelier called "Barchessa" dating from the nineteenth century, depicting the gold and polychrome famous “Bucintoro”  of Venice. Vai alla seconda parte del testo

 

 

Artistic detail of the "Renaissance Dining Room"

- Extraordinary monumental chandelier "Barchessa of Murano”, dating nineteenth century., Glass antique pink coral and gold dust. Dual stage, no less than 6 crests, 20 lights, the form of "big boat" with the stern deck and bow to recall the famous "Bucintoro" protagonist of the Venetian Doge's "Marriage of the Sea", make this incredible artifact of glass, unique in the world and absolutely museal, one of the most important works of art preserved in the Castle.
- Monumental dining table in solid chestnut (heavy approx. 600 Kg.) due at the end of '500 and from a Spanish castle in Castile. Plan of unusual thickness (nearly 10 cm.) Huge street below that links with giant stringers.
- 12 elegant chairs in walnut “priest's hat "of the seventeenth century covered in red damask
- Pair of refined head of the table in walnut chairs of the seventeenth century covered in red damask
- Rack-important belief Renaissance "parade" of the late sixteenth century Florentine art walnut solid and with conservative nineteenth-century restorations made of fir wood. This is a true masterpiece of fine woodworking, sculptures with chivalric and mythical high and low relief and rounded body with being mobile, anthropomorphic pilasters, cartouches, grotesques and secrets drawers hidden behind the sculptures.
- Table-mounted walnut dated nineteenth century.
- Complete service for 12 people majolica made "Antica Deruta" with the emblem of the Castle.
- Two large containers in the basin of Deruta majolica art
- "Honesty bar" embossed in metal and machined
- Old century etching of Aegidius Sadeler "Madonna of the Chair" (from Raphael)
- Oil painting on canvas "Still Life luxurious" Genoese school of 1700
- Oil painting on canvas "Still Life in the Tuscan landscape" of nineteenth-century. school of central Italy.
- French nineteenth-century etching. with "Birthday Scene "
- Great "bottle" of Deruta majolica artistic depictions "grotesque"
- Ceilings "Sailing"
- Bathroom with double sinks marble made

 
 
 
 
 
Last Updated on Friday, 24 August 2018 17:34