This sculpture is a copy after a classic masterpiece, the famous Capuan Venus now found at the National Archaeological Museum of Naples.
These three elegant cactus sculptures perfectly embody the transition in taste from Italian Art Nouveau to Art Deco.
It is said that the furniture in this bedroom was donated by the city of Milan to Maximilian and Charlotte in honour of their wedding in July 1857.
On the centre axis of the parterre, stands a statue of a boy with his arms extended, reaching up towards the sky.
The portraits of King Victor Emmanuel III and Queen Elena of Montenegro were painted by Gino Parin, commissioned by Prince Amedeo, Duke of Aosta.
This globe is made of papier-mâché covered in plaster and engraved copper.
Empress Eugenia is portrayed in three-quarter profile while wearing a sumptuous white dress embellished by elaborate embroidery and lace.
This bust immortalises Queen Victoria of Great Britain and Ireland (1819-1901) with a laurel wreath on her head.
This painted porcelain vase was used as a fish bowl.
This painting by Ippolito Caffi represents evening festivities held in Venice in honour of Maximilian and Charlotte.