Pair of Italian Rococo Carved Pilaster Wall Plaques

PAIR of Italian Rococo (mid-18th Century) carved silver gilt pilaster wall plaques with bird and floral carving under an Ionic capital pediment (PRICED AS PAIR).
ITEM #
REG3828
WIDTH
12.5"
STYLE
Italian Rococo
HEIGHT
76.0"
COLOR
Silver
CATEGORY
Art > Wall Plaque
$37,500 / Pair (USD)
In Stock
Qty: 1

Pair of Italian Rococo Carved Pilaster Wall Plaques

In Stock
$37,500
Quantity: 1
PAIR of Italian Rococo (mid-18th Century) carved silver gilt pilaster wall plaques with bird and floral carving under an Ionic capital pediment (PRICED AS PAIR).
ITEM #
REG3828
WIDTH
12.5"
HEIGHT
76.0"
STYLE
Italian Rococo
COLOR
Silver
Category
Art > Wall Plaque
Rococo

Rococo

Rococo is an artistic movement in French design originating in the 18th century after Baroque. It is notable for asymetrical styles and tended to be over-ornamented. The name is derived from the French words rocaille and coquille rock and shell, both prominent motifs in this decoration.

Capital

Capital

The decorative crowning motif atop a column or pilaster shaft, usually composed of moldings and ornament. The shape of the capital helps determine the characteristic features within the three classical architectural orders. The capital takes a convex shapes in the Doric order; concave shape in the inverted bell of the Corinthian order; or out scrolled shape in the Ionic order.

Pilaster

Pilaster

A classical architectural feature shaped like a supporting column. They are used to accent building corners and walls. Although they look like columns, pilasters are purely ornamental and are not load bearing.

Pediment

Pediment

An architectural feature that has a triangular ornament placed on top of a structure such as a a portico, doorway, window or used as a decorative element in furniture. There are many variations on the pediment some have segmental, scroll, and broken forms.

Rococo

Rococo

Rococo is an artistic movement in French design originating in the 18th century after Baroque. It is notable for asymetrical styles and tended to be over-ornamented. The name is derived from the French words rocaille and coquille rock and shell, both prominent motifs in this decoration.

Capital

Capital

The decorative crowning motif atop a column or pilaster shaft, usually composed of moldings and ornament. The shape of the capital helps determine the characteristic features within the three classical architectural orders. The capital takes a convex shapes in the Doric order; concave shape in the inverted bell of the Corinthian order; or out scrolled shape in the Ionic order.

Pilaster

Pilaster

A classical architectural feature shaped like a supporting column. They are used to accent building corners and walls. Although they look like columns, pilasters are purely ornamental and are not load bearing.

Pediment

Pediment

An architectural feature that has a triangular ornament placed on top of a structure such as a a portico, doorway, window or used as a decorative element in furniture. There are many variations on the pediment some have segmental, scroll, and broken forms.

Rococo

Rococo

Rococo is an artistic movement in French design originating in the 18th century after Baroque. It is notable for asymetrical styles and tended to be over-ornamented. The name is derived from the French words rocaille and coquille rock and shell, both prominent motifs in this decoration.

Capital

Capital

The decorative crowning motif atop a column or pilaster shaft, usually composed of moldings and ornament. The shape of the capital helps determine the characteristic features within the three classical architectural orders. The capital takes a convex shapes in the Doric order; concave shape in the inverted bell of the Corinthian order; or out scrolled shape in the Ionic order.

Pilaster

Pilaster

A classical architectural feature shaped like a supporting column. They are used to accent building corners and walls. Although they look like columns, pilasters are purely ornamental and are not load bearing.

Pediment

Pediment

An architectural feature that has a triangular ornament placed on top of a structure such as a a portico, doorway, window or used as a decorative element in furniture. There are many variations on the pediment some have segmental, scroll, and broken forms.

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