Stock No: 9862

A pair of George III carved pine chimneypiece jambs. The garlanded figures are of Bacchus, God of the Grape Harvest, who enjoyed, riotous ,Bacchanalian celebrations, and Ceres, Goddess of Agriculture specifically the cultivation of wheat, grains and corn. Appropriately, abundant, trailing festoons of grapes on one and wheat and grains on the other, descend the tapering, volute columns. Photos before restoration.
English, circa 1810.

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Listed Price: £8,500 (+VAT where applicable)

width height depth
12 316"
31 cms
47 38"
120.5 cms
38 cms

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