CECCONI Fine Arts & Crafts


The Company  


For almost three decades our family business, located vis-a-vis of St. Stephan's Cathedral right in the city centre of Vienna, has been focused on arts and crafts, mainly on woodcarvings. We particularly directed our interest towards the ANRI carvings and are one of their leading dealers world-wide since then. Therefore our store is recognized as a meeting point for all lovers and collectors of the ANRI masterpieces throughout the world.

You will find the entire range of ANRI products: Nativities by Prof. Karl Kuolt, Fini Moroder, Juan Ferrándiz, Ulrich Bernardi, Walter Bacher and the series “Holy Land” from the “Vatican Library Collection". Furthermore the adorable figurines by Sarah Kay and the charming works of Juan Ferrándiz. As a matter of course you will also find the matchless animal interpretations by Gunther Granget, and the religious range including cherubs, angels and madonnas, mostly created by ANRI master sculptor Ulrich Bernardi. Be prepared to meet the new lines from ANRI - “Back to the Roots” and the ANRI WOODiES.

In addition to the great choice of ANRI collectables we offer a wide variety of other exclusive woodcarvings and decorative items: madonnas - nativities - angles - cherubs - block nativities - saints - profane woodcarvings - supraports. Moreover you will find a large assortment of the renowned interpretations of the nativity in “terra cotta” by Sicilian artist Angela Tripi. We do also feature a huge selection of hand painted pewter-ornaments and ceramic pictures as well as many other seasonal gifts.

From the first day our family business has been renowned for it's excellent service with a personal touch, and is recognized by our local customers as by visitors from all over the world. Seize the opportunity on your next stop in Vienna. Come and meet us, right in the heart of this amazing city or click the button at the bottom of each page to directly browse and buy our great online selection.

We look forward meeting you,
Andrea Cecconi

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