All roads lead to Rome

Hello, my dear friends and colleagues!

I am writing to tell you that after 15 years we are bringing to a close our wonderful Paris adventure at the prestigious Marché Serpette. It has been an exceptional experience, both on professional and personal levels, and one we’ll never forget.

Stand Marché Serpette
My gallery at Serpette Antique Market in Paris

But life (and work) go on, and we have returned to Italy and our city of Rome. Here I returned to my profession as an Expert Appraiser at the Court of Rome. We have also returned to the work we have long specialized in, buying unique antique and design pieces from prestigious families in Rome and all of Italy. We have been doing this since the 1980s, and we know how to do it right.

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Umberto Giunti Italian Tempera on Panel

If you would like, we can keep in touch through today’s communication channels. We will send you photos of original items bought from private families that cannot be found in markets or on the internet.

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Prestigious Roman family Cornelis Dusart

Below you can see the pieces we have already purchased, photographed in their original settings.

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Magnificent 1970s Italian Shelving Unit by Romeo Rega

These pieces and many others can be found in our new stand at the next Mercanteinfiera 2020 in Parma: Hall 3, stand H013.

We started taking part in this prestigious event in the 1980s , and now that our Parisian interlude has ended, we will be back here again at the next edition from February 29–March 8 2020

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Parma Mercanteinfiera…1998 the way we were!

The days reserved for traders are February 27 and 28, 2020.

We are delighted to welcome you to our new stand. We are confident it will be a very positive collaboration for us all.

Wishing you all the best and hoping to see you soon, yours, Sabrina Egidi