19thc Venetian Carved Winged Griffin/dragon Fantasy Myth Architectural Corbels
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19thc Venetian Carved Winged Griffin/dragon Fantasy Myth Architectural Corbels:
“If you want a golden rule that will fit everything, this is it:
Have nothing in your houses that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful.”
William Morris quote
A Set of Four! 19thC Venetian Carved Winged Griffin/Dragon Fantasy Myth Architectural Corbels
Absolutely the Best Ever One-of-a-Kind Museum-Quality1860-1880's Venetian Baroque Period Hand-Carved Walnut Winged Griffin/Dragon Architectural Corbels attributed to Michaelangelo Guggenheim (1837-1914)
Approximately 10 1/2"H X 13 1/2"W X 1 1/2"D
Gilded Age Splendour embodied in these custom one-off creations
foran aristocrat's library or other room of the highest museum quality
hand-carved walnut, for a client obviously accustomed to the very best money could buy...
if that sounds like you or someone worth this as a lifetime heirloom
then invest in these blue-chip pieces which will dowonders in transforming
any of the finestbaroque decorin existence...
From my little castle library,
A Once-in-a-Lifetime Antique Investment Opportunity to Own something Truly Unique
which will bring Joy and Happiness to any Carving Lover's Heart
Every Day and Night of their lifetime and be passed on as an Heirloom
to family members for many generations to come...
In Excellent Original Condition ready for SHIPPING WORLDWIDE
and DELIVERY IS POSSIBLE ANYWHERE in the U.S. and Canada
for a reasonable negotiated fee...
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So, to offer or not to offer?
As Tolkien writes in The Fellowship of the Ring,
“All we have to decide is what to do with the time that is given us.”
What a wise man.
After all, he also advises us, “Never laugh at live dragons.”