Italian, Florence

On view at The Met Fifth Avenue in Gallery 503

Carved walnut furniture was highly prized and sought after to adorn Florentine palaces. This piece did double service—used for seating and for storage. Its Italian name, cassapanca, translates as "chest-bench."

Cassapanca, Walnut, Italian, Florence

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