H: 16 in / 40 cm | Dia: 9 in / 22 cmDescription
A Fine Pair of Urns in the Louis XVI Manner
Carved from Egyptian Alabaster Rosso and dressed with gilt-bronze mounts, rising from incurved square stepped bases, the twin-handled ovoid bodies supported by waisted socles and flanked by bearded male masks issuing stylised laurel garlands, capped with circular lids having gilt-bronze finials.
French, circa 1870
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