Sell and buy antique ivories and corals, silver, icons and Russian objects of applied art at auction or by private treaty (private rooms) - Free appraisals, appraisals and diagnostic analysis.
The department focuses its research on a number of broadly specialized fields of applied arts: ancient ivories and corals, silverware, icons and objects of Russian art.
His staff, with the external advice of Fabio Romano Moroni, awaits the study and cataloguing, evaluation and placement on the Italian and foreign markets of works on account of sale, intended for the enchantment trade and private negotiation (the latter often reserved for pieces of particular historical, artistic and economic value).
In parallel, a service of appraisals, diagnostic analysis and drafting of certificates of antiquity preparatory to the issue of licenses granted by the C.I.T.E.S. Certification Service is offered. of the State Forestry Corps for objects made of ivory, coral, turtle, leather and materials derived from endangered species of wild fauna and flora as listed in the Washington Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species called CITES applied in Italy through Law 150/1992, subsequently amended, and the decrees of the Ministry of the Environment of 19/4/1996 and 26/4/2001.
At the department there is always a selection of silverware, ivory, coral, icons and Russian art objects of every price range that can be purchased out of auction.
Fabio Romano Moroni is president of Ce.S.Ar. Archaeometrical Studies Centre and expert of the Civil and Criminal Court of Rome, Antiquities and Precious, enrolled in the role of Experts and Experts of the Chamber of Commerce of Rome. He also jointly carries out consultancy activities in the field of CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility). Specialized in antique silverware and goldsmithery and non-destructive diagnostic analysis on Cultural Heritage, he has a long experience also in the antiquities sector. His work includes the cataloguing of Villa Savoia in Rome and numerous publications for diagnostic analysis. In 2018, as head of the Ce.S.Ar Department of Scientific Analysis on Cultural Heritage, he patented, in collaboration with the University of Rome La Sapienza and the company Ars Mensurae, XART Fingerprint Authentication System, an innovative method of anti-counterfeiting works of art and valuable objects (paintings, silverware, bronzes, porcelain, etc.).