Balcony railing, in wrought iron
made in Italy in the second half of the 1800s.
The balustrade was probably placed on a balcony
to prevent the involuntary fall of the people who looked out.
Decorated with wavy-tipped vertical spears and circular elements.
The upper hand rest slightly arched inwards
ends on both sides with curls.
Completely hand made assembled and fixed by riveted nails.
The width excluding the final curls is 150cm with a thickness of 3cm