Giacomo Naretti

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Giacomo Naretti (29 August 1831 – 8 May 1899) was an Italian artisan. He migrated to Ethiopia worked at the court of Emperor Yohannes IV.

It was part of the team of artisans who designed the throne of Emperor Yohannes IV, which is still preserved in Mek'ele.

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