The Byzantine Bowl features a unique design, originally replicated from a Verona marble bowl. Within foliate borders the four oval panels, divided by strapwork, depict mythological creatures. This garden planter adds a point of interest to any terrace or patio.
|weight||78 kg||172 lb|
|diameter at base||280 mm||11”|
Byzantine ornament and architecture gradually emerged as a distinct artistic and cultural entity from the Roman Empire after AD 330, when the Roman Emperor Constantine moved the capital east from Rome to Byzantium.
Byzantium was later renamed Constantinople and is now called Istanbul. The Byzantine Empire lasted for more than a millennium, dramatically influencing both Medieval and Renaissance architecture in Europe.
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