Louis XV Style. Dresden Palace pedestals bronze marble maple, circa 1900 One-of-a-kind pedestals from circa 1880-1900 that have an outstanding height of 63″ (160cm), diameter is 17.7″(45cm) at the widest point.
They derive from a palace in Saxony and have been fabricated in Germany/Saxony/Dresden, made from rich bronze applications (espagnolettes) that amount to 166 single pieces of bronze work.
Black marble seals the tops, the body is made from veneer from birch and maple. They have been gently restored and are in very good condition. Great for a large hallway, double-height entry, very large fireplace or mirror setting.
They are perfect for sculptures or busts due to their height.