In the 18th century the furniture of both region of Veneto and Venice reached the peak of brilliance,
the artisan shops of Venice formed the biggest centre of furniture production in Italy.
The furniture made of walnut briarwood with its complicated technical manufacture which was the incarnation of perfection and beauty of forms was widely practised.
The base of the furniture is made of wood of fir (solid and elastic wood) cut out manually and finished with a walnut briarwood
of the thickness 3-4 mm.

The phases of the finish are completely hand-made,
the artificial aging is according to antique techniques transmitted by generations to generations.