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Two saddle sculptures in white Carrara marble representing putti holding horns of plenty, surmounted by a pair of crystal and silvered and gilded bronze "Reaper and fisherman" horn vases.

The marble putti, draped with a veil, lift a cornucopia, emblem of wealth and fertility, in the shape of a triton shell, ending with a tray on which are placed crystal vases.

The pair of cone vases, in transparent crystal and gilded and silvered metal, represents a farmer and a fisherman. The farmer holding a scythe and a gourd, symbol of the work of the harvest. The fisherman, on the other hand, is holding a fisherman's net and fish on his shoulder. Both are lifting a vase, one decorated with ears of wheat and the other with reeds.

The harmonious set is also offered separately, a pair of marble column and a pair of crystal vases.

Circa: 1890

Sculpture dimensions: W: 9.45 in x D: 8.27 in x H: 26.77 in (24 cm x D: 21 cm x H: 68 cm)
Crystal vase dimensions: W: 5.12 in x D: 5.12 in x H: 12.99 in (13 cm x D: 13 cm x H: 33 cm)

Total dimensions: W: 24cm, D: 21cm, H: 101cm (W: 9.4in, D: 8.3in, H: 39.8in).

Condition report: In good condition.

Era: 19th century
Style: Neoclassical
Materials: Carrara marble, crystal, bronze
Identifier Exists False
LP: 32701
Width: 24 (cm)
Height 101 (cm)
Depth 21 (cm)
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