(1870 - )


Bournique was an important Neapolitan manufacturer of glass, crystal and mirror plates, active in the second half of the nineteenth century. Towards the end of the century the firm became successors to the crystal, glass and mirror division Solei Hebert.
Solei Hebert was an important nineteenth century Italian furniture maker and furnishing company. At the end of the century their furniture workshops in Palermo were taken over by the famous firm of Ducrot, who won medals at the 1902 Turin International Exhibition and furnished amongst other important commissions, the parliament building in Rome.
Makers Bibliography:
Giarrizzo. Mario and Aldo Rotolo, Il mobile Siciliano: dal barocco al Liberty, Flaccovio, (Rome), 2004.