Impressive fragments of Gothic architecture, this pair of columns, in front of two half-columns, probably comes from a monastery of church triforium.
The capitals are typical of the First Gothic style, with large, square "tailloirs" and hooks emerging from large water leaves.
Visible lacks, capitals preserved in part, One of the three columns composing the blocks is broken in the upper part.
These columns can be used to recreate a medieval fireplace.
Material : Limestone
Origin : Normandy, Eure ?, France
Provenance : French auction sale, private French collection
Date : First Gothic - end XII c. - early XIII c.
Dimensions : H. : 124 cm - D. : 22 cm
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