Cylindrical column of white marble on a square plinth with a profiled base. The front of the otherwise smooth shaft is decorated with a relief in the form of a winged helmet above an Asclepius staff and flanking harpoons representing the attributes of the god Mercury. The capital with a meander motif completes this early 19th Century piece of art. Provenance: The column comes from the collection of the famous Florentine art dealer Giovanni Pratesi.
Height: 91.0 cm | 35.83 in.
Width: 35.0 cm | 13.78 in.
Depth: 35.0 cm | 13.78 in.
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