Relic of Salsapassa Throne
Relic of Salsapassa Throne
Relic of Salsapassa Throne
Relic of Salsapassa Throne
Relic of Salsapassa Throne
Relic of Salsapassa Throne
Relic of Salsapassa Throne
Relic of Salsapassa Throne
Chair

The Emperor's Throne

€ 38.000
Year of Production
2022
Production Run
1
Dimensions
W. 80 cm - D. 65 cm - H. 125 cm | W. 31 1/2 in - D. 25 19/32 in - H. 49 7/32 in
Material
Wood, copper, Murano glass, resin

This wonderful Udrian artefact probably belonged to the mysterious King Salsapassa II, known for the bloodthirstiness shown during the battles for the conquest of the island during the Gonzo period, in particular towards those who took small breed dogs for a walk.
The Emperor's Throne, made of an alloy of copper and tar, was found in the depths of the sea (3.5m) east of the island, next to the sewing machine dump called “Tomb of Singer”.
A careful carbon analysis 14 has revealed that the artefact, before becoming the king's throne, was mainly used as an armchair in a manicure salon.

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