Double-sided Napoleonic-era empire stone basin with rings and rosettes

Double-sided Napoleonic-era empire stone basin with rings and rosettes



VERY RARE double-sided empire stone bathtub with rings.
This is the only original tub we have found in 40 years that has the "DOUBLE SIDED" ring sculpture.
The tub is made of limestone from Monte Serra (Lucca and Pisa).
In the center of the two long sides, beyond the two classic rings, there is a beautiful large rosette with 6 petals, also repeated on the two short sides. This artifact was conceived as an ornamental garden basin, not as a normal bathtub and was presumably placed in front of the house, in the center of a portion of the garden.

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Height 20.47 in 52 cm
Width 33.86 in 86 cm
Length 59.06 in 150 cm
Inside the basin depth 17.72 in 45 cm
Weight 1212.54 lbs 550 Kg
Material Monte Serra Limestone
Internal measures 47.24 in X 22.83 in 120 X 58 cm

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The Napoleonic age, in contemporary historiography, means the period of contemporary history that goes from the descent of Napoleon Bonaparte into Italy (1796), or at the end of the French Revolution, to the Congress of Vienna (1815) or up to the Restoration, at therefore of the 18th and 19th centuries, characterized by the rise and affirmation of Napoleon with his empire and his political ideology (Bonapartism). It represents the first historical phase of contemporary European history.


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