Introducing a vintage masterpiece – a tall Lost Wax Cast Bronze Greco-Roman Style Fountain from the mid-20th century, portraying a nymph with a cornucopia, tritons, and cherubs. Crafted with the traditional lost-wax technique (à la cire perdue), this bronze fountain is a testament to precision and finesse in details, capturing attention with its impeccable proportions and ornate design.
Standing tall and slender, the fountain is crowned with the depiction of a nymph gracefully raising a cornucopia in her right hand, symbolizing abundance. The slightly tilted bowl beneath her is supported by three youthful tritons resting on another bowl, adorned with rams' heads. The lower section of the fountain completes the ensemble with putti holding fish and bouquets of flowers, their feet leading the gaze to striking dolphins. The entire composition, marked by skillful detailing and a rich dark patina, promises to be a magnificent addition to any garden.
As for its condition, the fountain wears its age gracefully, with age-appropriate wear and maintenance. Delve into the various additional photos to appreciate its unique details, and feel free to reach out with any questions. Transform your garden with the allure of this Greco-Roman Style Fountain – a true statement piece!
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