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Carrara marble. XVIII century architectural element

Carrara marble. XVIII century architectural element

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Carrara marble.
An excavated and carved Neoclassical cornice.

An architectural element, which probably served as a washbasin.

The basin has no holes.

Tuscan workmanship from the second half of the 18th century.


Currently mounted on a handcrafted metal structure, which supports it.

Height with base 96cm.

Similar plant motifs with branches and flowers that create swirls, with the same clear workmanship, can be found in noble houses in Florence, and can be referred to the Neoclassical period.
Laterally, the marble is worked in the shape of rolls of paper or fabric taken up in the middle. It is a very refined workmanship, with sharp details and sculpted by a very good sculptor at the moment unknown.

There are some stains inside.

Small deficiencies in the bas-relief. ( see photos)



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