- We create marble works on commission with the collaboration of well-known Italian sculptors.
- Sculptures, bas-reliefs, furnishing accessories, funerary art starting from any image, photograph or model.
- Delivery times vary from 30 to 90 days.
- The client will have the opportunity to follow the birth and creation of his work in a direct line with the artist.
The marble bust
The marble bust has always been a recurring subject in the decorative arts. In the modern concept of interior design and decoration, it adapts to both new contexts of liberty and baroque inspiration, and, by contrast, to clean and essential lines. Above all, it enhances antique furnishings, dark and precious woods, but is also placed with great style in the most modern buildings, offices, showrooms and designer contexts.
Artistic element for exclusive and valuable environments and gardens, on a symbolic level, the marble bust transmits power and authority.
A classic and recurring subject in all eras, the eighteenth-century female figure is characterized by a brisk sensuality that never seems to reveal itself completely. If the necklines are wide to highlight the busty breasts, pushed up by the corset, the lower part of the body is hidden by very wide skirts.
On a symbolic level, the bust expresses the desire to preserve the living and real memory of the person in the portrait. In an image in which the face represents the compendium of moral and physical qualities and the head the seat of his soul.
White Carrara marble is the marble par excellence, the natural Italian stone known and appreciated all over the world both for its incomparable aesthetic qualities and for its structural, physical and morphological characteristics, which make it unique and incredibly versatile. All the great sculptors have measured themselves with this material which in the clearest variety is not by chance called Statuary. It is the marble of the great Italian Renaissance, which has delivered the magnificence of cities like Florence and works such as The David of Michelangelo, considered the most perfect masterpiece of all time, to the immotality of history.