This charming pair of vases was made in Italy during the 17th century. Both pieces are made of a red marble with white veins, called diaspre of Sicily. The vases have gadroons that punctuate the cups and both rest on a pedestal. Each of the two vases has four handles underlined by reliefs. They are slightly hollowed out, certainly in order to lighten their weight.
This type of ornamentation was often placed high up, especially for its particularly decorative character.
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