Pair of mirrored double doors

Designer Lorenzo de Ferrari

On view at The Met Fifth Avenue in Gallery 551

These are part of a set of four double doors made for the Golden Gallery in the Palazzo Carrega-Cataldi, now the Chamber of Commerce in Genoa. The doors were purchased and brought to New York in the late 1890s by the American architect Stanford White.

Pair of mirrored double doors, Lorenzo de Ferrari (1680–1744), Lindenwood, carved and gilded; mirrored glass panels, walnut, pine, Italian, Genoa

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