Pair of red griotte marble baluster vases after dasson henry
Superb pair of red griotte marble baluster vases decorated with a finely engraved and gilded bronze trim. Square base with concave sides accentuated by a frieze of interlacing rosettes on the spandrels and a fluted pedestal wrapped with a twisted laurel. The body is embellished with a frieze of pearls and a large interlaced frieze, framed by two winding handles and completed with the face of a faun.
French work dated around 1870-1880. Period of Napoleon III.
Attributed to Henry Dasson.
Height: 55 cm – Diameter: 41 cm