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Garden Ornaments - Amphora - Columns for Sale

Exclusive White Marble Column Socket after an ancient archetype
399,00 EUR
incl. 19 % Tax excl.
Shipping time: 2 Days | Weight: 50.00kg
Art Nouveau Amphora made of Marble with two Angels
899,00 EUR
incl. 19 % Tax excl.
Shipping time: 2- 5 Days | Weight: 13.40kg
Cupid God of Love - Angel Figurine - sign. Moreau
6.999,00 EUR
incl. 19 % Tax excl.
Shipping time: 2- 5 Days | Weight: 100.00kg

A marble column is a column which is made out of a non metaphoric kind of rock. The word marble derives from the Greek language and means shining stone.

This kind of stone is in different colours available. The most popular kind is the white marble.

Other colours are beige or black. Colours like green and red are also available. The black marble was named “Nero antico” in ancient times.

Nowadays and also in past times marble was exhausted with the help of water, stacks and cotters made out of wood.
The use or marble has a long tradition and was favoured through all periods of mankind except during the medieval times, when marble was extremely expensive.

But the beginning of Renaissance and Classicism advanced the use or marble again.

Marble columns were first used in architecture in the ancient world for decorating buildings and for the basements of buildings. This use outlasted till today. Marble columns are still used in the same way today. But other options for using this strong and resistant rock developed during the past times. Nowadays marble column is also used as a decoration element for the inside and the outside and as amendment for beautiful sculptures.


Auguste Rodin - Auguste Moreau - Alexander Archipenko - Antoine-Louis Barye - Aristide Maillol - Amedeo Gennarelli - Alex Kelety - Alfredo Pina - Adolph Alexander Weinman - Albert Hinrich Hussmann - Amedeo Modigliani - Alfred Stevens - Giacometti - Antoine-Louis Barye - Thorvaldsen - Bergmann - Bruno Zach - Carl Kauba - Gabriel Allegrain - Christian Peschke - Constantin Brancusi - Chiparus - Edgar Degas - Edvard Munch - Edward McCartan - Ernst Barlach - Ferdinand Preiss - Botero - Messerschmidt - Charpentier - Gustav Klimt - Gaston Lachaise - Harriet Frishmuth - Hermann Gladenbeck - Henri Matisse - Honoré Daumier - Ivan Mestrovic - Jean-Joseph Marie Carriès

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