A 19th Century Grand Tour Bronze Warwick Vase


Circa: 1840

Depth: 8.5"

Height: 7.5"

Width: 12.5"

Period: 19th Century

Location: Hungerford

A well-cast bronze copy of the iconic ancient Roman marble vase known as The Warwick Vase .The vase is richly carved with 3-dimensional faces of Bacchic gods and intertwined leaf and grape-vine detail related to the cult of the Roman god of wine , Bacchus. The front carved with a lion mask and pelt . The twin handles of intertwined grape vines , the top rim cast with ovolo design .

"A good quality and very decorative bronze vase of decant size".