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Pair of 18th Century Italian Classical Sienna Marble Rouge Column Pedestals

Standing almost 52 inches tall these superior columns on octagonal bases features fluting of the lower part and excellent grain and color. Each column consists of two parts. The diameter of the column shaft is 9.5 inches. Additional information and price: https://www.1stdibs.com/dealers/decorative-arts-and-fine-antiques/

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Pair of 19th Century Louis XVI Carved Marble and Bronze Cassolettes or Urns

Dating from around 1840 these cassolettes or urns are in one piece without removable lids. Beautifully carved in marble the bodies are adorned with heavy gilt bronze mounts in the classical style of Louis XVI. Additional information and price: https://www.1stdibs.com/dealers/decorative-arts-and-fine-antiques/

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Palacial 19th Century Italian Neoclassical Marble Console Support Table

A piece of sculptural art itself this table features a white Carrara marble-top, centering a circular classical bas-relief, with leaf carved edges above two magnificent pedestals carved with pairs of lion legs resting on square leaf carved bases and centering superbly carved satyr masks on both sides. 32.5 in.H x 59.5 ...

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19th Century Carved Marble Bust of Young Octavian, Later Emperor Caesar Augustus

Standing 22 inches tall the white Carrara marble bust of the Young Octavian rests on a waisted circular base and is of Italian origin carved after the antique' Young Octavian' end of 1st century BC, now in the Vatican Museums - Pius Clementinus Museum - Gallery of the Busts. The ...

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A Pair of 19th Century Italian Neoclassical Bronze Busts of Likely Ganymede and Hebe

SOLD. Ganymede, considered the most handsome boy in the world, was a Prince of Troy and abducted by Zeus with whom he replaced Hebe, the daughter of Hera, as cupbearer to the gods. Ganymede is often depicted wearing a Phrygian cap as in this case, under which his wavy hair ...

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A Magnificent 19th Century Italian Neoclassical Carved Marble Console Table

The white Carrara marble top, centering a circular classical three nudes bas-relief, with leaf carved edges above two magnificent pedestals carved with pairs of lion legs standing on leaf carved pediments and centering satyr masks on both sides. L 59.5 in. W 28.5 in. H 32.5 in.

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An Opposing Pair of Likely Romanesque Verona Marble Armored Lions, Likely Italy late 12th to Early 14th Century

SOLD. The idea of depicting guardian lions adorned with human garments or armor goes back to the Egyptian, Assyrian and Hittites cultures and spread from there through the centuries to Southern Europe. These lions may well have had their place in a Northern Italian Basilica and they constitute a splendid ...

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