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The Italian Embassy London

I had the good fortune to be invited to a luncheon hosted at the Italian Embassy in London. To be more precise it was the 3-floor Ambassador’s residence replete with 15th-17th century art, photographs with important dignitaries, gilded antique mirrors and ultra expensive furniture.

My favourite parts were the silver candy trays that held Ferrero Rocher chocolates and the massive and intricately-painted stone table from the 14th century in the entrance (made in Rome by Florentine artist) that costs an estimated £3 million.







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