San Gigimano



This art chair is from the Italian hill town of San Gimigano, which is famous for its surviving towers, and church, all of which are used. The seat works around the town square with the well under the seat. I can remember buying chestnuts in Tuscany and seeing many beech trees, so these woods seemed appropriate to the piece. The courtyard goes into steps, which wrap around the interior of the seat and there is stained glass in the cathedral windows. 28”x30”x58” $5400