The Majestic dining room by Roberto Giovannini

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The new Roberto Giovannini dining room represents the utmost expression of the Héritage collection and of its significance. The space gives the centre stage spotlight to the new and impressive Majestic dining table (art.1424CQAC) in Louis XIV style.

Much more than just a table, Majestic is a veritable work of art, a surprising masterpiece of wood-carving, handcrafted according to the best Tuscan artisan traditions. Here, the Maestro Roberto Giovannini reaches the utmost exaltation of the natural beauty and complexity of natural wood, carved and decorated to give life to a unique and precious ‘object’, with its welldefined contours and timeless elegance.

excellence magazine majesticexcellence magazine majesticThe table is of considerable size, with a width of 144 cm, it can reach a length which goes from 300 cm to 480 cm, thanks to special extension panels which may be inserted into the top, and it is available both in Chevron parquet and in parquet with the Versailles design, realised in oak. The main structure, with fine wood-carving, is sustained by 12 legs joined by a double cross bar decorated with carved feather motifs; these ensure maximum stability and express a perfect synthesis of taste and exceptional artisan know-how. The table is also available in an 8 leg version, with dimensions of 144 cm x 240 cm, or with a fixed extension of 144 cm x 225 cm for the realisation of banquet dining tables with lengths of 10 metres and over.

Dining chairs and armchairs (art. 454G and 1347) with padded backs and soft Rubelli peacock velvet complete the elegance of the majestic table. Sideboards, large mirrors, lights, accessories and a decorative fireplace mantelpiece further enrich the living room, adding charm and an even more refined and sophisticated elegance.

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