Pair of Limestone Column Bases

c. 1850
$8,680 USD
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H: 18.25" Dia: 16.0"
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These 19th-century column supports likely figured into the grand and imposing surroundings of a Qing-dynasty courtyard, flanking the entryway with its protective presence. Carved from limestone, the columns are composed of two sections: a drum-shaped top intricately patterned in low relief and a tiered architectural bottom portion topped with spirited fu dogs. Aligned together or interspersed among plantings, these grand carvings would make an impressive addition to a walkway or garden.

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