The nineteenth-century paintings adorning the vaults of some rooms of the building and the superb architectural details which make it precious frame the exhibition of wonderful pieces of furniture and other rare objects made with the technique of wood inlay.
A magnificent stately palace, the one situated in Tasso Square is characterized by a wonderful covered majolica-tiled courtyard.
In walking along Via San Nicola it is still possible to appreciate the stately home which gave hospitality to the sister of the author of Jerusalem Delivered and her family.
Among the many treasures kept in the museum of Sorrento, there are also those kept in its library.
Among the factories which have made the specimens on show there are also those of Vienna, Copenhagen, Saint Cloud, Sevres, Capodimonte, Naples Real Fabbrica, Venice (Cozzi and Vezzi), Minor Neapolitan Factories and so many more.
According to old tales, it was the Patron Saint of Sorrento himself to pay the work commissioned by the Sorrento people after the sack of the town made by Saracens in 1558.
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