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Antique Sculpture and Carvings

Browse our stock of antique sculpture and carvings including a wide range of busts, stone sculpture, plaques and key stones in a range of materials like stone, wood, cast iron and terracotta.

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  • 11373: An impressive stone keystone in three sections with a large carved, scrolled, cartouche above prominent ribbon and bell flower detail. Provenance: 298 Bishopsgate in the City Of London built between 1

  • 13747: A tall patinated cast Iron statue of a Neoclassical maiden bearing a torch aloft reminiscent of the 'Statue of Liberty' the design of which was based on the concept of the goddess Liberty which dates
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  • 12333: A pair of small very well carved onyx lions passant very much in the Medeci tradition. Onyx is a banded variety of chalcedony of which agate is the most popular type.Possibly Italian early to mid twen

  • 4351: A pair of rare stone roundels in the Renaissance manner, each with a carved head; one depicting Benvenuto Cellini (1500-1571), Florentine sculptor, goldsmith and amorist; the other depicts Giulio Roma

  • 12724: A beautifully carved alabaster group in the manner of Cesare Lapini (1848 - 1890) an Italian sculptor mainly active in 19th century Florence.  A  maiden, representing Flora the Roman Goddess of Flower
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  • 7478: A most attractive patinated bronzed cast-iron Baroque style figure of a small girl reminiscent of the illustration by Emile Bayard of the child Cosette from Victor Hugo's  ' Les Miserables'. It was al

  • 11738: A large French statuary marble bust, possibly of Cardinal François de Salignac de la Mothe-Fénelon. Provenance: Château des Guignes, Orléans, France. French, 19th century.

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  • 12815: A pair of fine bronze amorial gate post finials in the form of mythological goats with cloven hooves each holding elaborately scrolled cartouche  with mounted sextupled shields bearing two heart gules

  • 11829: One pair of three pairs, with SNos 11828 & 11826, of elaborately modelled terracotta wall sculptures depicting scrolled cartouche each with twin cornucopia from which tumble abundant fruits and flower

  • 11828: One pair of three pairs, with SNos 11829 & 11826, of elaborately carved terracotta wall sculptures depicting scrolled cartouche each with twin cornucopia from which tumble abundant fruits and flowers.

  • 11826: One pair of three pairs, with SNos 11828 & 11829, of elaborately carved terracotta wall sculptures depicting scrolled cartouche each with twin cornucopia from which tumble abundant fruits and flowers.

  • 13323: A tall and beautifully carved Carrara Marble statue of Eiar, Goddess of Springtime and one of the Goddesses of The Four Seasons. She is standing on an octagonal plinth and is holding a tumbling festoo

  • 11480: A well carved white Statuary marble maiden musician seated on a rock dressed in simple 18th century garb playing a guitar with her attentive, adoring tousle-haired dog lying beside her. French / Itali
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  • 8273: An interesting pair of Japanese street entertainers in spelter. One has its forearm missing, the other some fingertips. They would originally have supported acrobatic children as part of their act. Co

  • 7358: A plaster bust of Zachariah probably cast in the late 19th century from the original monumental  'Well of Moses' sculpture by the Dutch artisan Claus Sluter ( 1395 - 1405 )  for the Carthusian monaste

  • 6552: AGENT PROVOCATEUR FROM THE ROOF OF THE LENIN MUSEUM IN PRAGUE SCULPTOR: IRENA SEDLECKA - Fellow of the Royal British Society of Sculptors & member of the Royal Society of Portrait Sculptors. Irena Sed

  • 13146: ST THOMAS' HOSPITAL: One of four Portland Stone Keystones removed from the facade of St Thomas' Hospital London. The carving depicts various surgical instruments of the early 20th century. The Hospita

  • 13145: FLORENCE NIGHTINGLAE: One of four Portland Stone Keystones removed from the facade of St Thomas' Hospital London bearing the carved profile of Florence Nightingale surmounted by a representation of he

  • 13144: One of five carved Portland Stone Plaques removed from the facade of St Thomas' Hospital. It is carved in the shape of a Shield and bears some of the symbols of the Hospitals Crest; a Cross, a Tudor R

  • 13143: One of five Portland Stone Plaques removed from the facade of St Thomas' Hospital in London. Carved in the shape of a shield it bears a serpent entwined round a staff representing the Rod of Asclepius

  • 13139: One of four Portland Stone Keystones removed from the facade of St Thomas' Hospital in London, bearing the carved profile of Edith Cavell surmounted by a carved laurel wreath surrounding the Rod of As

  • 13138: One of four Portland Stone Keystones removed from the facade of St Thomas' Hospital, London the carving depicting various surgical instruments of the early 20th century. Early 20th century. A pair wit

  • 13117: A very large and heavy reconstituted stone pedestal / pediment with shell and scrolling decoration.English early 20th century.

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  • 12872: ONE OF TWO PAIRS OF COMPOSITION STONE ' MEDICI LIONS ', since 1789 the originals are to be found on the steps of the Loggia dei Lanzi in Florence italy. Both lions in matching  prowling stance with on

  • 12821: One of a set of 2oth century three low relief carved Portland Stone plaques each with a Viking theme.English 20th century.

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  • 11910: A large triangular carved antique Bathstone armorial pediment with a Coat of Arms depicting a knights helmet surmounting a central floral Cartouche with a Lions head profiled set within an oval lozeng

  • 9596: A well carved antique stone pediment, carved in the Baroque manner, in the form of a plain oval cartouche under a crown, draped with abundant laurel swags supported on a scrolled cornucopia of fruit.

  • 12080: A remarkable tall contorted wrought iron sculpture set on a wooden plinth and entitled 'Whirligig 2005'.  Sculptor: A D Tobias Williams.  Provenance: From Manches, 6th Floor, Aldwych House, London, WC

  • 11498: A well sculpted antique statuary marble bust in the manner of a Roman Senator. Probably Italian, 19th century.



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  • 12679: An antique large Victorian bronze figure of a Knight Crusader. Mid 19th century.

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  • 12365: A very large pair of replica busts in resin of a French nobleman and his spouse attendant at Louis XIV, the Sun King's Court of Versailles in the 17th century manner. French 20th century.

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  • 12539: A large reconstituted stone entrance gatepost eagle finials, on rectangular plinths. Attractively patinated and verdigreed with well defined carved detail. English , early 20th century.  Link to: Anti

  • 7605: A PAIR OF UNUSUAL TERRA COTTA STYLISED EAGLE WALL LIGHTS,  in the manner of Salvador Dali. Italian or Spanish, circa 1930.  Link to: Antique sculptures, carvings, plaques, tablets, coats of arms and p

  • 11768: A pair of well carved stone overdoors each with carved central cartouche depicting Medieval noblemen. Images before restoration. Northern England, 18th century.
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  • 11742: A pair of lifsize busts in the Italian Renaissance manner of a nobleman and his lady in  white terracotta stoneware.  Images before restoration and cleaning.English, 19th Century.  Link to: Antique sc




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A good and varied collection of English Scottish Irish French Italian and Flemish Antique carved marble, stone and wood sculpture, figures, objects and statuary in the Classical, Renaissance, Romantic, Monumental, Oriental even Sentimental sculpture styles. One interesting assemblage shown below is the Bank of England carved Portland Stone Architectural Monumental Statuary collection in the Art Deco and Antique Baroque Sculpture styles produced by some of the same sculptors who carved the new façade in the 1930s on the original Bank of England by Sir John Soane universally known as The Old Lady of Threadneedle Street, which building in the City of London is opposite The Royal Exchange.