COLOMBO STILE In the mid-eighties a close-knit group of members, with varied and long experience, he founded the SIPARR for the production of upholstered style. Thanks to a rapid expansion process, the company was acquired in 1991 Columbus Style, a company operating since 1973, carries a strong and proven Lombard tradition of furniture manufacturing. Experience craftsmanship handed down from father to son, along with the presence of solids such as designer Mariella Mattei and Roberto Nicolai ensure a thorough reinterpretation of classic styles, the original capital of the company since 1886. Always, you can tell, the company adheres to the careful implementation of the traditional standards of quality workmanship and fidelity. The meeting of new members with the architect Charles Rampazzi, creative collaborator in Colombo style, developed a strong synergy between solidified the firm's experience in woodworking and a desire for innovation of new leadership, allowing the start of a reckless and far-reaching experiment with forms and materials. Over the past 10 years the path of Columbus Style was unstoppable and vertical from a proud timeliness and accuracy of reproduction of the ancient styles, thanks to the curiosity and intelligence of the members will have experienced new ways and new alchemy; joined generously of their able to experience the genius of designers, the company projected in the new millennium with a strong brand and irreplaceable history of true style.

Mirror, Russia Beginning '700 lime carved gilt. Manufacturing exceptional.
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Size: L. 65 W. 9 H. 87
Writing desk, Russia, second half of '700. Inlaid wood and metal. Came from the estate Ostafievo Viazemskie principles. The writing style close to objects made by artists David Roentgen, Heinrich Hambs and their pupils. I like furniture adorned the i[...]. [...]

Size: L. 120 W. 68 H. 186
Chair with armrests. Russia, the 700. Birch, carving, turning, mixture of alabaster with glue, lacquer, gold. It's part of living presumably executed drawings by Italian Quarenghi, who worked at the court of the tsar in St. Petersburg. It 'a beautifu[...]. [...]

Size: L. 67 W. 61 H. 95
Bench Russia, the beginning of '800. Mahogany carved gilt. Transferred from the Museum of Mobile in 1927. It was part of the palace interior Alek Sandrovskij Moscow.
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Size: L. 85 W. 49 H. 64
Column-perfume from Russia, first quarter 's 800. Black stained mahogany, marble, bronze. Released by the Museum of Mobile in 1927, It 's an example of interior gala halls of the buildings in the period of classicism, with the use of ancient motifs.<[...]. [...]

Size: L. 55 W. 55 H. 142
Dormeuse mahogany carved, gilded. From Russia, first quarter 's 800. Released by the Museum of Mobile in 1927. It was part of the interior Alexandrovsky Palace in Moscow. It 'an example of the Russian Empire, developed at the beginning of' 800 under [...]. [...]

Size: L. 190 W. 81 H. 91
Throne birch, carved, lathe work, mixed with glue alabaster, gold, embroidered with gold thread and silver. Russia, first of '800. Transferred from the Russian Museum in Leningrad in 1934. The appearance of the Russian coat of arms (eagle 2 heads), f[...]. [...]

Size: L. 89 W. 74 H. 136
Consoles Russia intalgliato mahogany, lacquer, gold and silver. transferred from the museum of the Revolution in 1945. This is an example of mobile palaces of the late empire, during the reign of Nicholas I. The silver leaf finish was replaced with b[...]. [...]

Size: L. 138 W. 57 H. 90
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