- 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 classical decorative arts. It has recently regained a place of honor in interior design and decoration, where it adapts perfectly to the new contexts of liberty and baroque inspiration but also, by contrast, to clean and essential lines. Naturally, it especially enhances antique furniture and dark and precious woods in general, but it fits with great style even in the most modern palaces, gardens, showrooms and designer settings.
Artistic element for exclusive and valuable furnishings and environments, on a symbolic level, the marble bust transmits power and authority. In fact, we find it in every era in the most important and exclusive buildings and offices in the world.
A favorite of art of all times, especially in the neoclassical period, the bust of Emperor Julius Caesar is undoubtedly one of the favorite decorative elements of sculptors and artists. The historical figure of the great Roman leader and the legends that accompany it, have contributed to making the image of Caesar universally recognized as a symbol of authority and power, and to pass on the myth of the greatness of Imperial Rome to this day.
White Carrara marble has a pearly white background shade, slightly cloudy with more or less evident and more or less grayish intrusions and points. The Marrone Breccia marble has a background color that can vary from beige to very intense brown with evident intrusions from beige to shades of green and dark brown, almost black, which create unique arabesque motifs for each cut of the slabs.
The result is an evident chromatic contrast that makes this work imposing and suitable for luxury contexts, to enhance antique furnishings or modern living rooms.