The Chiavacci Antichità has been present on the antique art market since 1939. Its 750 square meters of exhibition, divided between three sales points and the above gallery, located in the splendid setting of the ex XVI century convent of S.S. Holy Spirit.
The quality and speed with which the objects are renewed have made it a point of reference for the Antiques in Tuscany among the most supplied and exclusive, as well as the usual destination of designers, architects and private individuals from all over the world who can choose here among a wide variety of items all of guaranteed quality.
The rich and eclectic collection ranges from the seventeenth century to the early twentieth century, from furniture to chandelier, passing through furnishing accessories and objects such as porcelains, table clocks, bronzes, glass and lamps.
The Chiavacci Antichità has participated for over 20 years in important national antiques exhibitions and usually organizes, at its headquarters, thematic events where they show the most important pieces of their Gallery.
Marcello Chiavacci is a great art expert and offers the client a complete assistance: from technical consulting for furniture to furniture restoration.
He is a court expert and given his experience and expertise acquired over the years, he is available for evaluative appraisals, estimates and for purchases of both individual items and entire inheritance.
Thanks to the collaboration with the best forwarders, the company is able to carry out national and international deliveries.
In addition, it is available to purchase items or collections from individuals.
The company Chiavacci Antichità has been, over the years, awarded several times:
- 1985, within the "Ecco l'Italia" event, promoted by Bloomingdales for the work carried out and the contribution given in sending fine materials.
- 2012 and 2016 by the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino Foundation for the best windows inspired by the theme of music .
- 2015 from Confcommercio as a Master of Commerce.
- 2017 by the Mario Conti Europa Foundation for "the more than 10 years of antiquarian activity in the footsteps of the typical Florentine cultural traditions"