An early 19th Century Irish sienna and statuary marble fireplace mantle

An early 19th Century Irish sienna and statuary marble fireplace mantle

1810 to 1815 England

Offered by Jamb

£28,000 gbp
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made to celebrate a marriage and the conquering power of love. Circa 1810-1815. The reeded shelf and sienna frieze centred with a tablet in statuary marble depicting Cupid the Roman God of Love, riding a Lion, symbolising Omnia vincit Armor - Love conquers all. The end blockings with male and female portraits (bride and groom) framed by wreaths of flowering foliage.
Excellent
Dimensions
Height 1067.00 mm (42.01 inches)
Width 1016.00 mm (40.00 inches)
External Height 1321.00 mm (52.01 inches)
External Width 1654.00 mm (65.12 inches)
External Depth 241.00 mm (9.49 inches)
Stock Code
N160
Medium
Carved Sienna and Statuary Marble
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95–97 Pimlico Road,
London
SW1W 8PH
United Kingdom

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