A department that has always been the flagship of the auction house.
This department which has always been the figurehead of our auction house has, in the past few years, doubled...becoming Via Pontaccio and Via Pitteri in order to meet the varied demands of our ever growing clientele.
Furnishings are divided between the two branches in order to reflect the main characteristic of our auctions: all furnishings can be sold! Not only important objects but everything that is normally contained in a house, in a villa, in a palace or an apartment. The exceptional alongside the daily and the antique alongside the old.
Head of Department
Sara Milone Junior Specialist +39 02 8631494
Daniele Amodio Assistant +39 02 8631480
Martina Scibelli Junior Assistant +39 02 8631439
Eleonora Erriu Junior Assistant +39 02 8631490
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As concerns antiques, the three-day session at Il Ponte (12, 13, 14 April) certified the excellent work of the Via Pontaccio premises. Sales amounting to 1.3 million euros, many sought after lots. Such as the Portrait of a Young Man by Fra Galgario (81,000), the Sienese Sano di Pietro with Madonna and Child (68,000), the Saint John the Baptist by the Leonardesque Master (62,000) and the Woodland Landscape by Marten Rijckaert (50,000). In the furniture section the Italian furniture of the eighteenth century was very persuasive as shown by the Genoese "diplomatic" desk (25.000) and a pair of commodes from Southern Italy (16.000).
L'Economia (Corriere della Sera) | 25 April 2022
The auctions of the month at Palazzo Crivelli closed with a flourish. [...] the sale dedicated to Old Master Paintings and Antique Furnishings almost reached 1 million, with 72% of lots sold and prices above minimum estimates. [...] a sought-after portrait in the Caravaggio style - reached alone € 100,000.
Exibart | 29 October 2021
Il Ponte of Milan also celebrates the return of ancient paintings and antiques after the four days of auctions on April 20-23, during which 1,305 lots were sold for a total result of over 3.5 million euros, a record of the department and a revaluation of the base prices of more than 220%. The auction house managed to sell 80% of the lots on average, with peaks of over 93% in the third and fifth rounds. (...)