H: 26 in / 65.5 cmDescription
A Pair of Statues after models by Clodion
Constructed in white Carrara marble, and well patinated finely cast bronze; square marble bases support columnar pedestals, separated by annular rings of laurel wreaths, with running pearl rings over; the male depicts the youthful smiling Bacchus, the other a lightly draped nymph.
French, Circa 1870
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