"Italian School End XVIIth Coat Of Arms With Alliance Weapons Of The Family Peruzzi (246 X 178 Cm)"Very rare blazon by its spectacular dimensions (246 x 178 cm) It was realized by an Italian School of the late seventeenth, early eighteenth. This oil on canvas is on its original canvas with a consolidated original chassis. The painting is on canvas and on wood. This coat of arms is the alliance arms of the Peruzzi family. This family was an important Florentine family born in the 12th century whose fame was linked to banking and trade, making it one of the richest families in Europe. She is mentioned by Dante in the Paradise Song of the Divine Comedy and Giotto painted their private chapel in the Santan Croce Church in Florence. One of the branches of Peruzzi settled in Avignon. This coat of arms is framed by a shell supported by busts of winged women and the upper part represents entwined loves. It is in good condition with usual restorations. Given the importance of the chassis, it should be noted slight buckling of the latter.