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American Post-War Basalt Marble Sculpture

American Post War black basalt marble abstract sculpture.
ITEM #
061048
WIDTH
18.0"
STYLE
Contemporary/Post-War Design American
DEPTH
8.0"
COLOR
Black
HEIGHT
56.0"
CATEGORY
Sculpture > Small Sculptures
$12,500
On Hold
Qty: 1

American Post-War Basalt Marble Sculpture

On Hold
$12,500
Quantity: 1
American Post War black basalt marble abstract sculpture.
ITEM #
061048
WIDTH
18.0"
DEPTH
8.0"
HEIGHT
56.0"
STYLE
Contemporary/Post-War Design American
COLOR
Black
Category
Sculpture > Small Sculptures
Basalt

Basalt

Black basalt is a dark stoneware body invented by Josiah Wedgwood in 1768. Basalt was made from reddish-brown clay which burned black in firing and attributed its dark rich color to the addition of manganese in the clay. Wedgewood often used basalt as a material for making antique reproductions of classical forms including "Etruscan" vases, portrait medallions, plaques, library busts and candlesticks.

Basalt

Basalt

Black basalt is a dark stoneware body invented by Josiah Wedgwood in 1768. Basalt was made from reddish-brown clay which burned black in firing and attributed its dark rich color to the addition of manganese in the clay. Wedgewood often used basalt as a material for making antique reproductions of classical forms including "Etruscan" vases, portrait medallions, plaques, library busts and candlesticks.

Basalt

Basalt

Black basalt is a dark stoneware body invented by Josiah Wedgwood in 1768. Basalt was made from reddish-brown clay which burned black in firing and attributed its dark rich color to the addition of manganese in the clay. Wedgewood often used basalt as a material for making antique reproductions of classical forms including "Etruscan" vases, portrait medallions, plaques, library busts and candlesticks.

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