Personalized Throne Created by Gemelli Milano
You could own this throne created and personalized by Gemelli Milano.
Art lends itself to the world of sport. An idea that came to Sergio and Marcello Franchi, inspired by thousands of items of sporting memorabilia.
The twins, with a good dose of strength and determination, have turned their dreams into reality. Their venture began in 2008 when Sergio, at the suggestion of his brother, decided to transform the Inter club centenary shirt into a throne with the help of a furniture maker from Brianza (Italy). The result was truly outstanding and the twins decided to give the throne to President Moratti as a gift.
They also exhibited one of their creations in Coverciano as a tribute to world champion Fabio Cannavaro. From that moment Gemelli Milano continued to combine art with sport, achieving enormous success and satisfaction.
From Sébastien Frey to Gianluca Zambrotta, Alex Del Piero, Francesco Totti, and even Pope Francis.. and now Gemelli Milano will create a personalized throne especially for you. The auction winner will be able to choose any shirt from his collection that he would like to immortalize.
Width: 70 cm
Depth: 65 cm
Height: 116 cm
Weight: 20 kg
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