On November 15 at Cambi Casa d'Aste furniture and art from the Palazzo Corner Spinelli will be going under the hammer. Built between 1485 and 1490 for the Lando family, the palace is considered the most important example of Venetian architecture at the transition from the Gothic to the Renaissance.

This set of chests of drawers, manufactured in the 18th century, is a true masterpiece of Venetian furniture. Each panel is elaborately decorated on three sides with exotic landscapes detailed with people, animals and plants.

On the same day, Cambi Casa d'Aste's Old Masters sale will take place with 271 lots including the works of Italian and European artists from the 14th to the 19th century will be going under the hammer.

Venetian master Giovanni Antonio's Canal, called Canaletto is an example of one of the artist's many representation of his Venetian hometown.

Pietro Longhi, another Venetian master, although known for his representations of Venetian life, holds a unique place in art history for depictions of his most famous sitter, Clara, a rhinoceros.

Cambi Casa d'Aste's sales will take place on 15th-17th November, and will feature Venetian art and furniture; Old Master paintings; carpets; European and Italian silver. Preview will take place from 11th-14th  November at Genoa's Mackenzie Castle. Check out the full catalogue on Barnebys here.

Cambi Casa d'Aste will also hold a sale in Milan on 28th-29th November, featuring timepieces, jewellery, modern and contemporary art, 19th and 20th century sculpture and 20th century decorative arts.