Dordogne Water Nymph by Jean Goujon Paris Fountaine des Innocents
The Dordogne Water Nymph. Inspired by Jean Goujon's Fountaine des Innocents, Paris. Our beautiful nymph named for one of France’s major waterways, hails from the exquisite Renaissance fountain in Paris' Square des Innocents. Sheltered within the stately architectural frame of a Roman arch wall niche, it beckons with graceful gesture counterbalanced by the water urn she carries. We’ve replicated this classic niche sculpture in designer resin to capture the intricate details, then finished it in faux stone as a perfect accompaniment to your formal space or luxury bath.
|Acanthus large fireplace mantel|
|Dimensions: Outside Dimensions: W: 87.5" H: 55.5" D: 16"-17.5" Inner firelace opneining dimensions: W: 47.5" maximum (the legs are adjustable to decrease the 47.5" maximum to desirable distance); H: 43"|
|Dimensions: W 21.75" H: 6.5" D: 25.5" (55cm x 17cm x 65cm)|
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