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Guilloche Fragment

An intriguing section of guilloche, an architectural ornament which originated in Ancient Assyria, shown here precisely hand-carved in natural English limestone. 


This pleasing repeating motif features two intertwining bands encompassing a row of central concave 'eyes' and was popular in Rome and Greece throughout antiquity. 


An odd number of repeating units ensures a sense of balance in this Classical piece.


Length - 450mm

Height - 150mm

Depth - 35mm

Includes setting for wall mounting - may also be displayed free-standing.

Material - Cotswold limestone

or reconstituted stone

Price -



Re-constituted stone



Please note - delivery costs may apply outside the UK - details available on enquiry.

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