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19th Century Pillars

S/N:THOA956

1850

  • £495.00
  • €538 Euro
  • $631 US Dollar

United Kingdom

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Early 19th Century Italian Pillars
We are proud to offer a highly decorative pair of early 19th Century Italian pillars. Made from hand carved pine, hand-crafted gesso and painted in a rich gold gild finish. Unusual due to their size but able to display 2 small vases, statues etc. These examples are section made and would look wonderful at the entrance of a hallway or either side of a fireplace.
Size in inches: H 35” x W 6” x D 6”
Origin: Italian
Period: Early 19th Century
Material: Pine and Gesso
Condition: These examples are completely solid in structure and form. Very well-made constructed pine forms. There is wear across both examples as you can see from the photos provided. The gesso in sections is chipped, the gilt paint is worn in section also however this does not detract from the highly decorative nature of these original example of Italian opulence.

Period: 

1850

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