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An Italian 19th century Baroque giltwood planter

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An impressive and most unique Italian 19th century Baroque giltwood planter. The planter is raised by a bottom mottled border below a most impressive array of pierced, richly carved and finely detailed scrolled foliate movements. At the center are intricately... — Read More

  • Item # 10316
  • H: 10.75 in L: 55.5 in D: 9.5 in

    H: 27 cm L: 141 cm D: 24 cm

  • Italy
  • 19th Century
  • Giltwood
  • Baroque st. Read More
  • (Baroque st.) - An extravagant and heavily ornate style displaying exuberance, and grandeur. Characterized by the abundant use of cupids, cornucopia, and decorative motifs set in curvaceous designs. Baroque was superseded by the Rococo style, beginning in France in the late 1720s, for interiors and the decorative arts, the Baroque style continued to be used in architecture until the advent of Neoclassicism in the later 18th century.
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