The materials that make up Tyrolean antique furniture come from nature: wood, colors, metal …
And the working techniques of the cabinet makers always come from nature, according to the tradition of the time. Given the absence of electric tools, each process was carried out strictly by hand, without the use of glues or screws, in favor of joints, wooden nails, hand-forged hardware.
The plants had to be cut at certain times of the year and left to mature according to natural rhythms to obtain a workable and durable material.
The paintings were made with the use of casein-based colors, which made it possible to preserve them over the centuries.
Consequently, the furniture has seen the passing of the years, acquiring the so-called “patina” (the natural oxidation of the materials used) and imbuing it with the charm of time.
For all these reasons, no one antique piece of furniture is the same as another: each is a unique piece in terms of materials, construction and history and is able to become a focal point of exceptional charisma within your own home.