Palazzo Salviati and the Pear, via San Martino
The project was entrusted to Jacopo Piccardi da Rovezzano, collaborator of Giambologna and Francavilla, who created a façade with a remarkable plasticity effect, due to the volume of the frames, to the effect of the ashlar and the kneeling windows. The coat of arms on the triangular tympanum of the main portal is the one of the Salviati family. The medieval structures are clearly visible on the side of via Kinzica, where we can recognise some single-lancet windows as well rounded and lowered arches.
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