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La portiera Oddi-Montesperelli (dated 1543) (mm 1760 x 1080) proviene dalla raccolta antiquaria di Stefano Bardini (1863-1922) e di suo figlio Ugo, acquisita dallo Stato italiano nel 1996 (e denominata Museo e Galleria Mozzi Bardini).

La portiera Oddi-Montesperelli (dated 1543) (mm 1760 x 1080) proviene dalla raccolta antiquaria di Stefano Bardini (1863-1922) e di suo figlio Ugo, acquisita dallo Stato italiano nel 1996 (e denominata Museo e Galleria Mozzi Bardini).

Leather Panel  16th century Italy, perhaps Florence.  Tooled leather with paint and silver and gold leaf.  Comune di Firenze - Museo Stefano Bardini, Florence

Leather Panel 16th century Italy, perhaps Florence. Tooled leather with paint and silver and gold leaf. Comune di Firenze - Museo Stefano Bardini, Florence

Spanish Pillow, 16th century. Silver leather (?), punched and painted, composed of 2 skins sewn together with four seams and filled with horsehair. Museo Stefano Bardini, Florence.

Spanish Pillow, 16th century. Silver leather (?), punched and painted, composed of 2 skins sewn together with four seams and filled with horsehair. Museo Stefano Bardini, Florence.

Timeline: gilt leather 1600-1900

Timeline: gilt leather 1600-1900

Goudleer, Hoorn museum

Goudleer, Hoorn museum

Plaque de Gaufrage en Alluminium pour Cuir de Cordoue

Plaque de Gaufrage en Alluminium pour Cuir de Cordoue

Gilded Leather possibly by Huguenots working in Holland, early late 1600s

Gilded Leather possibly by Huguenots working in Holland, early late 1600s

This leather panel was one of a set of four which the Museum bought from the Paris International Exhibition in 1855.The four panels show different stages of production, or different varieties of decoration, from the first moulded design, with no colour, to the finished state, with the stamped decoration covered partly in metal foil which is varnished to give the effect of gold leaf, and partly with colourful paints and varnishes. ca 1855, Paris | Dulud, Jacques Michel | V Museum, London

This leather panel was one of a set of four which the Museum bought from the Paris International Exhibition in 1855.The four panels show different stages of production, or different varieties of decoration, from the first moulded design, with no colour, to the finished state, with the stamped decoration covered partly in metal foil which is varnished to give the effect of gold leaf, and partly with colourful paints and varnishes. ca 1855, Paris | Dulud, Jacques Michel | V Museum, London

Cordova lær restaurering

Cordova lær restaurering