Stock No: 13535

An antique fire-clay bowl and pedestal column in the Italian Renaissance style with a fluted shaft decorated with candelabrum acanthus. Attributed to the Garnick Fire-clay Company.Circa 1857.

Notes: The Garnick Company known for being the biggest manufacturer of fire-clay articles worldwide, worked for a great number of famous architects and sculptors, Alexander "Greek" Thompson, among others and was represented at the Great Exhibition in 1851. The company stopped by the end of the 19th century after it had run out of clay supplies.

Link to: Antique, old vintage fountains, sculptures, garden furniture and statuary

Listed Price: £3,600 (+VAT where applicable)

Width Height Depth
20 18"
51 cms
47 38"
120.5 cms

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