18th-C. Neapolitan Crèche Figure
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18th-C. Neapolitan Crèche Figure

$479.00
Est. Arrival: Mar 16 - Mar 26
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Why we love this
18th-century Neapolitan crèche figure complete with original costume, including shoulder bag. Painted and modeled papier-mâché, carved wood, cotton, cloth, silk, lace, gold and silver thread. Christmas crèche scenes were very popular in 18th-century Naples, where they were displayed in churches and in the homes of the wealthy.
Color: multi
Condition: Very Good; age wear
Dimensions: 3" W x 7" H
Era: Antique: 18th century
Made In: Italy
Made Of: papier-mâché/wood/cloth
SKU: 77409078
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL: Mar 16 - Mar 26
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An antiques expert and fan favorite from the PBS series "Market Warriors," Bob Richter is also the host of “Flea Market Minute” and “Minute Makeover.” As an interior designer, he specializes in comfortable personal spaces. Growing up in Allentown, PA, he often “refreshed” his mother’s house before she came home from work, taking his cues from old movies and attic finds. Today he culls treasures from his travels around the world. Eclectic, warm, and fun, Bob is a mirror of his design work.
Why we love this
18th-century Neapolitan crèche figure complete with original costume, including shoulder bag. Painted and modeled papier-mâché, carved wood, cotton, cloth, silk, lace, gold and silver thread. Christmas crèche scenes were very popular in 18th-century Naples, where they were displayed in churches and in the homes of the wealthy.
About the Seller
An antiques expert and fan favorite from the PBS series "Market Warriors," Bob Richter is also the host of “Flea Market Minute” and “Minute Makeover.” As an interior designer, he specializes in comfortable personal spaces. Growing up in Allentown, PA, he often “refreshed” his mother’s house before she came home from work, taking his cues from old movies and attic finds. Today he culls treasures from his travels around the world. Eclectic, warm, and fun, Bob is a mirror of his design work.