Considering the more airy composition of the decoration, this casket was most probably executed in Giuseppe Sarao's workshop, circa 1735-1745 (see A. Kugel, Complètement piqué. Le fol art de l'écaille à la cour de Naples, Paris, 2018, p. 33).
Illustration is accurate.
Different than the previous lot but also extremely fine quality and very good condition.
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