Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Greek God

A large, almost two feet tall, and handsome late 19th Century Continental Parian ware bust of a Greek God.
 Parian is a type of bisque porcelain invented in the 19th Century to imitate white marble and was named after the Greek Island of Paros, renowned for its fine textured white marble for use in the finest statuary and buildings since antiquity.

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