• Inspired by naturalistic grottoes of Renaissance Italy and in particular the fantastical Buontalenti Grotto in The Boboli Gardens, Florence (1557-1587). The rusticated sculptural form is cast in Herculite, a hard and durable plaster polymer. By day the undulating surface casts and captures shadow and by night the white surface harnesses the warmth of the light source above.

  • H410mm x 250mm Diameter (H16'' excluding harp fitting for US x 9.75'' Diameter)

  • Cast Plaster. Also available in cast bronze.

    Finishing & Customisation at Cox London

  • Originally sculpted in clay the piece was then moulded and cast into a hard plaster.

    The brass metalwork is silver plated.

  • Plaster and brass.

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