16 December 1999
A GROUP OF FOUR ITALIAN BRONZE URNS
After the Borghese/Medici Vases, First half 19th Century
Comprising two pairs, each with gadrooned rim, two with a frieze depicting soldiers at war and two depicting musical allegories, above acanthus-wrapped base with handles teminating in masks, each on a waisted flared, fluted foot on a square base
19 in. (49 cm.) high (4)
John Herries M.P., St Julien's, Kent.
Thence by descent until sold HY. Duke & Son, Dorset, 1999.
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