TOSCANO - Bellini's Renaissance Style Credenza
Introducing our “TOSCANO” credenza - The Italian Art & Handcraft of Fine Antique Reproduction - now available through Bellini's Antique Italia!
A beautiful credenza sets the stage for any room. The “Tuscano” Renaissance Style hand-crafted credenza features 4 doors + 9 drawers, with premium Old Walnut solid hardwoods, aged and distressed patina, forged hardware. Also available in Old Chestnut or Old Poplar.
Promotional Sale Pricing for a limited time - order NOW for delivery on our next container!
TOSCANO credenza Style 619, measures 112” width, 45” height, 20” depth:
As shown, in premium classic Old Walnut Sale $11,450.
Available in heavy grained Old Chestnut, or rustic Old Poplar Sale $9,950.
Bellini’s Old World Collection of Mediterranean, Tuscan, Rustic, Farmhouse & Classic Credenza styles are adapted from Italian Renaissance designs of the 15th to 19th Centuries. Handcrafted with aged Italian hardwoods & fine-tooled hardware and artfully finished in the classic Italian manner by our Master Craftsmen in Southern Italy, this Toscano credenza may be CUSTOM built - to your preference in size, configuration, color & patina. Interiors are European fir as standard, and may be upgraded to old hardwoods.
Specializing in restoration and reproduction of antique furniture for over 40 years, our Master Craftsmen in Southern Italy began recovering & finishing old lumber, particularly Italian walnut and chestnut. Their historical, artisanal passion continues with refined skill & knowledge, offering exclusive products of high quality, while preserving the tradition and style of Italian antiques.
CHECK OUT our full line of credenzas, tables, armoires and bookcase libraries under our Antique Reproduction category pages!
We can now quote custom sizes - - just choose a style from our full website catalog for your individual taste, give us a call or email and we will work out the details. Your order will be built by hand in Italy - made to order to specification - and shipped on our containers to Encinitas, California, generally every 90 days.