Fina Solé Bergé (Barcelona 1956), a fan of old furniture, where the time of restoration is priceless for a job well done and to get every piece back to be born and admired.
1992 Begins her career working on the restoration in a workshop in Sant Cugat del Valles, and consolidates her artistic knowledge in the world of antiques.
1993 Opens a workshop-store in Sant Cugat del Valles named MUKALY. Later she participates in "downloads" such as "Cardedeu", etc. and fairs, restoring for antique shops, leaving some of her work at other stores, making sideboards and environment in the Sant Cugat del Valles Auditorium Theater, Mira-sol Theater, Fila 0 Theater Company, and video clips for the IDEP School of Barcelona.
1994 Catalan TV Channel TV3 suggests her to participate in a documentary space, after the News, reffering to the furniture restoration. Completes her restoration career working with designers to transform old furniture to be used today without losing the style according to the customer.
1997 Organizes her first exposition at the Valldoreix Neighbourhood Association with some other recognized artists: Tomasa Mayordomo and Jane Wottom. On the other hand, the same year, with the creation of the Mercantic market, she is established there for a few years showing and selling some of her work in a permanent stand.
1998 The second exposition of antique furniture is held at the same Association, incorporating stained glass windows to her work (vitrinasm cabinets and modernist windbreaks with the help of Jane Wotton).
1999 Participates in the third exposition, together with sculptors (Josep Massana and artists of the region.
Now After 17 years of activity, she is located in her Studio Workshop in Mira-sol, where in addition to restoring all types of antique furniture, rustic or old, is developing its other artistic activities.

Mukaly exhibition


Antique exhibition from outside

Inside the antique shop

Old shop in Sant Cugat

Exhibition at the old shop


Stand at Mercantic

Trade fair at the gardens of Sant Cugat monastery

Trade fair at Cardedeu

Loaned furniture