Suitcase turntable, vinyl upholstery.
Uncle Scrooge in plasticized rubber. 70's.
Helmet with tripod plastic material, metal.
Helmet with tripod, plastic, metal.
Metal photo flash.
1950s Manual Washing Machine in metal and aluminum.
Pair of early 1900s telephones
Pair of corner wall lamps. Enameled metal, glass.
Ceiling lamp, blown glass.
Pair of table lamps, glass.
Metal and aluminum table lamp with steel balancing rods.
Table lamp, enamelled metal, synthetic fibre lampshade.
Pair of wall-ceiling lights, blown glass, metal. Good conditions, show small signs of wear
Wall/ceiling lamp, aluminum and glass.
"Pietra" lamp from the 70s-80s
Oil on cardboard, applied on wood. Signed lower right Previati. The young woman portrayed is shown from behind, with her head turned sideways, staring into the distance; she wears an older style dress, which leaves the shoulders uncovered, and on her head a crown of roses intertwined with ribbons, which stand out chromatically recalling the white and pink colors of the young woman's complexion. The painting is presented in a frame from the early 1900s, adapted.
Oil on hardboard. Signed lower right. On the back, further authenticated signature, with the title and location of the artist's studio. The affable and wrinkled face of an old farmer is portrayed, offering his eggs with a simple and dignified gesture. Campestrini, born and lived in Milan where he also taught at the Brera Academy, distinguished himself above all as a painter of figures, preferring to portray the faces of villagers, villagers, fishermen. He also created landscapes, alpine or of the Ligurian countryside, as well as views of Milan. Although he had been a pupil of Bignami, he remained far from the clamor of the avant-gardes. He himself liked to define himself as a "figurist painter who devotes himself in particular to the mountain subject, to the religious one and other landscape themes". The work is presented in a style frame.