Once the de rigueur souvenir of every bon vivant this pair of "Grand Tour" architectural models are now the perfect decorative accoutrement for home sweet home. Perfect on a hall console, library table, or fireplace mantel. Crafted in the early to mid 19th century of black marble and bronze - this duo pays homage to a variety of eighteenth century "temples" that adorned gardens across Europe. Most inspired by The Temple of Diana by Antonio Asprucci located in Viale della Casina di Raffaello within the park of the Villa Borghese in Rome. 

Each measures 7.25" diameter x 13.25" high. 

Both are in excellent antique condition. Their purposefully distressed patina includes various marks, dings, tarnish, oxidation, rust, verdigris, and surface nuances which only adds to their appeal. Beyond that no cracks, scratches of chips of note. Very heavy they are structurally sound. See photos for details.

 

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19th Century Grand Tour Bronze Architectural Models - Pair

SKU: 0659
$895.00Price
  • Both are in excellent antique condition. Their purposefully distressed patina includes various marks, dings, tarnish, oxidation, rust, verdigris, and surface nuances which only adds to their appeal. Beyond that no cracks, scratches of chips of note. Very heavy they are structurally sound. See photos for details.