Cupola Gallery

The Cupola Gallery owes its name to the cupola with a skylight that hovers over it. Like the parallel Gallery of Arms, this space flanks the Grand Salon, and connects the two halves of the mansion, linking Fausto’s suite with that of his younger brother, Giuseppe. On the long tables against the room’s walls, some of the most important majolica pieces of the Bagatti Valsecchi collection are displayed, including a large vase with serpentine handles signed and dated 1678 by Ippolito Rombaldoni.