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This is a beautiful collection of ivory, silver and gold items, cameos, precious stones, and furniture. The old name was "Museo degli Argenti, but it is now called "Tesoro dei Granduchi". Some of the items are very old and show an extraordinary craftsmanship. In my...More
Another important part of the Palazzo Pitti this museum has room after room of treasures. Gold silver and ivory are just some of the materials used. Most of what’s on display is medieval but the jewellery part continues to late 20th century. Give yourself time...More
A separate museum within the Piti Palace complex, this is easy to overlook, but was easily one of the highlights of our visit to Florence. It contains jewelry, gems, carved semi-precious stone, carved ivory, mosaics, silver, bronze, cameos, reliquaries, etc., etc,. etc. Wonderful marvels of...More
This a place for connoisseurs. If you're tired to see paintings and gorgeus sculptures; if you're in Pitti Palace, maybe to visit the Boboli Garden but it's raining; if you want give an idea to your partner about a gift (there is a collections of...More
Just one of a number of museums in the Pitti Palace the collection in this museum is amazing. One cannot help but admire the workmanship evident in the many pieces on display. The rooms in which the objects are displayed are also worth seeing.
I had already been several times to Palazzo Pitti and the Garden (a world of its own) but somehow I had always missed out on this. I'm glad I got it this time! The trompe l'oiel frescoes are worth the visit alone but you're treated...More
I have to be honest and say that I wasn't very interested In the actual exhibition itself. I was far more interested in admiring the amazing frescoes and ceilings in the rooms in which it was housed. That said, the exhibits were well laid out...More
Not to be facetious but I only visited yesterday and already I can't recall much of the exhibited pieces as I was completely mesmerised by the paintings and frescos where the walls and ceiling melded together. There were seats scattered around and I suggest taking...More