19th Century, Four Italian Wood Columns Lacquered in Faux Rosso di Verona Marble
Measurements: cm H 101,5 x base 36 x 36 - base diameter 27 cm
The four columns were in the early nineteenth century carved wood. They are composed of the stem of a column with circular section that rests on a circular base, which in turn is supported on a parallelepiped base with square section. Each column is entirely lacquered with faux Rosso di Verona marble, with the characteristic light veins realized with mastery and great finesse, one different from the other.
These columns are very decorative and can be used as base and stands for cachepot, flower boxes, busts and sculptures or other objects, easily inserted in any environment and context. They can be considered exposed in sequence or in four corners of an environment as a basis for light. The wooden construction is a value because it makes them lighter than marble and therefore easy to move and movable.
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