Circular plate in galvanoplasty representing the Greek Pantheon, on the edge of a central lyre figure surrounded by two winged cherubs.
Very fine work (this method generally gives coarser achievements) of the end of the 19th century.
Galvanoplasty is a technique of shaping a metal object by electrolytic plating of this pure metal forming a more or less thick layer. The work thus obtained, from various materials, most often copper, is generally gilt or silver plated afterwards by the same process.
Dim. 0,40m in diameter.
Nice natural wood frame
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