15 March 2012
A SET OF FOUR FRENCH ORMOLU-MOUNTED PORPHYRY AND GRANITE COLUMNS
THE PORPHYRY COLUMNS EARLIER AND RE-USED, THE MOUNTS CIRCA 1880
Each surmounted by a black marble slab above composite Ionic capital hung with floral garlands, the turned column on a ribbon-tied berried laurel wreath and acanthus-cast stepped plinth base
71¾ in. (182.5 cm.) high (4)
Dunecht House, Aberdeenshire.
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M. Hall, 'Dunecht House Aberdeenshire-I' Country Life, London, 15 August 1991, fig. 4, 'The Long Gallery' (shown in situ).
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