A Superb Group Of Seven Early 20thC Classical Marble Campagna Urns c.1900-25

Origin: English
Period: Early 20thC
Provenance: Unknown
Date: c.1900-25
The Largest: 15” high, 11” diameter, the base 6.5” square
The Smallest: 12” high, 9.75” diameter, the base 6” square
Other measurements available on request

The beautiful group of seven weathered white marble urns of campagne form and varying design and patination levels, many with fluted bodies and one with a zinc liner, each sitting on square cut plinths, and surviving from the first quarter of the twentieth century.

The condition of the urns is generally good with expected scuffs and small chips commensurate with age and use to them overall, mainly to the corners of the bases. One shows a larger area of loss to two corners. The weathering is in keeping with them having been outside for a number of years; they could be cleaned to reveal the white surfaces if so desired but we feel they are wonderfully evocative as they are.

As a group, this septet plays sweet music together.