10 June 2004
NEO-CLASSICAL SCULPTURE FORMERLY IN THE LARDEREL COLLECTION
A PAIR OF CYLINDRICAL WHITE MARBLE COLUMNS
ITALIAN, 19TH CENTURY
46 1/8 in. (117.2 cm.) high, each (2)
Almost certainly Francesco Giacomo Larderel, Count of Montecerboli (1789-1858).
Purchased by the family of the vendor at a sale of works of art from the Palazzo Larderel, Livorno, circa 1970.
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