All will take place at Castle Mackenzie, beginning with an extraordinary selection of furnishings, paintings, objets d'art from delicate oriental porcelains to beautiful baroque paintings. Among the 426 lots that will be auctioned on June 14, there are several important paintings such as an oil on canvas entitled Arrival at Palazzo Viviano Codazzi (Valsassina 1604 - Rome 1670), as well as Putti playing, a work by Gaetano Gandolfi (Bologna 1734 - 1802.)

164090 Gaetano Gandolfi (Bologna 1734 - 1802) Putti playing

On June 13, Cambi's first auction which is devoted entirely to a European Collection of Porcelains, features a staggering 120 lots. This auction includes two works by Carlo Ginori's workshop from circa 1750: a crucifix sculpture from a model by Alessandro Algardi and a very rare tobacco vessel that was exhibited at the 2005 historic exhibition at the Liechtenstein Museum of Vienna's Baroque Luxury Porcelain, The Manufactories of Du Paquier in Vienna and of Carlo Ginori in Florence exhibition in Florence.

Carlo Ginori's workshop from circa 1750 Carlo Ginori's workshop from circa 1750

A crucifix sculpture from a model by Alessandro Algardi A crucifix sculpture from a model by Alessandro Algardi

The porcelain auction will also include the pieces by historically renowned manufactures such as Capodimonte, Real Fabbrica di Ferdinando IV, Sèvres, Hewelcke, Cozzi, Antonibon as well as countless others.

163584 White marble lion made from a 13th century Romanesque model

On June 14, works from the Middle Ages to Neoclassicism will be going under the gavel, including a significant set of Renaissance polychrome sculptures, baroque marble and precious bronze artworks, all of which celebrate Europe's artistic talents. The star lot of this sale is a white marble lion made from a 13th century Romanesque model. The June 14 auction will also showcase an important pilgrim flask from Venice, 15th to 16th century and a pair of white marble Baroque Roman art sculptures from the second half of the 17th century depicting St. John the Baptist and St. John the Evangelist.

Check out the full catalog here.

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