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20th Century Decorative Arts, Furniture, Design & Modern Art


Oracolo standing lamp

Mezzoracolo table lamp

standing lamp

two 12664 " finestra" wall lamps

"fungo" table lamp

Momo sculptural standing lamp

two wall lamps

Dubè Fontana Arte coffee table

Edelweiss mirror

Two armchairs

Two armchairs

A three-seat sofa

A pompeiana four panels screen

A four panels screen

Aerei Caproni in volo

Virata sul golfo di Catania


Oriental taming a panther

Composizione geometrica

Eagle picking its feathers

Elephant with baby elephant

Fishing panther,

woolen rug

coffee table


Mrs. Roberta Tagliavini operates in antiques since 1967 specializing in Decorative Arts of the 20th Century and Design. She is enrolled in the Provincial Art Dealer Syndicate of Milan since 1983 and in January 1994 she was elected as an effective member of this Syndicate. The Gallery is a member of the most important Antique Dealers Associations such as CINOA, FIMA, AAI, SNA and the Chambre Royale des Antiquaires et des Négociants en Oeuvres d'Art de Belgique.
In 1994 the management was given to Mr. Mattia M. Martinelli, Mrs, Roberta Tagliavini's son, president of via Fiori Chiari's antique trade dealers, expert of Decorative Art of the XX century for the Milan Courthouse who, with juvenile strength, improved and enlarged the gallery in Via Fiori Chiari n° 2, acquired new spaces such as the galleries of Via Fiori Chiari n° 16, Via Marco Formentini n° 4/6, Via Solferino opposite n° 3 and opening in 2017 a branch in London, 85 Pimlico Road.
After many television appearances on national channels, Mr.Martinelli is presenter of a successful weekly television program about design, interiors, and Art on channel La7.
Since 2020 Mr. Martinelli has also been a member of ASBL Foire des Antiquaires de Belgique.
Robertaebasta deals in the most exclusive names of Art Decò and of Italian and foreign XX Century. In the Galleries it's possible to find works created by the most famous names like Giuseppe Terragni, Gio Ponti, Osvaldo Borsani, Carlo Bugatti, Eugenio Quarti, Emilio Lancia, and Paolo Buffa concerning furniture; Venini, Barovier, Seguso, Salviati and De Paoli concerning glasses; Richard Ginori, Lenci, Gio Ponti, Melandri, Chini and Nonni for ceramics and porcelain.