Garden Antiques





An extremely rare mid 19th Century Coade Stone figure of a Nymph stamped "COADE'S LAMBETH 1840"
This figure is based on an original marble of 'Venus attiring herself after the bath' which was executed by the Rome-trained sculptor Sir Richard Westmacott, R.A. (d. 1856) and acquired for Castle Howard, Yorkshire after exhibition at the 1824 Royal Academy.

53" (135cm) High
17" (43cms) Diameter base

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This is an extremely rare and early example of statuary specifically intended for garden ornamental purposes

This wonderful item would look equally impressive either in a garden setting or as an internal centre piece in a hall or conservatory.



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