Grand Tour Siena Marble Columns
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Grand Tour Siena Marble Columns

Grand Tour Siena Marble Columns

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    Item No. 30-4257
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    This elegantly crafted pair of Grand Tour models evoke the lasting grandeur of ancient Rome. Produced in Rome in the second half of the 19th century, the exquisite architectural models were likely a souvenir from the Grand Tour of an affluent tourist. The ruins of the temples of ancient Rome were considered the grandest examples of Roman architecture, and diminutive models such as this one were among the most sought after souvenirs. Crafted of Siena marble, the duo is a lasting relic of the extraordinary grandeur of the ancient world.

    Circa 1880

    6” high x 2 1/2” diameter
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    Period: 19th Century
    Origin:Italy
    Material:Marble
    Depth:2.5 Inches
    Diameter:2.5 Inches
    Width:2.5 Inches
    Height:6.0 Inches
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