19th century bath stone centaur

George III Carved Bath Stone Centaur

 

The most wonderful early 19th century George III carved Bath stone fragment figure of a centaur. Most probably originally part of a coat of arms and influenced by the Elgin Marbles, purchased by the British Crown from Lord Elgin and displayed in the British Museum in 1816. Displayed on a later stand old repair to the tail.

English circa 1820

Fragment  H 18' x W 20' x D 6"   With stand H 19" x W 23" x D 7"

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