Cast in the Same Mold

Posted by Lisa Benson on


Some sculptures just go together. As the expression goes, it's like they are "cast in the same mold." Well, in some cases, they are! For example, Portrait of a Youth - Item #27 and Portrait of a Girl Item - Item #28 are quite literally created from the same mold. 


Photo of a hand holding a brown silicon mold of two sculptural relief portraits

Decorative Companions

The above pieces look great together outside of their mold as well, like in this whimsical arrangement with a peacock feather:

Photo of two terra cotta colored plaster sculpture reliefs, one of a man and one of a woman, both in profile, with a peacock feather hanging above them, hanging on a white wall with delicate shadows

Another great combination:

Set of Three ornamental plaster plaques, largest on the left and the smallest on the right, on a rustic background with warm toned wood and reeds below.


Another great combination is our three new decorative reliefs: Anthemion - Item #355Study of Acanthus Leaf - Item #354, and Study of Fig Leaf - Item #353, shown bringing some sophistication to a rustic setting. We were so happy to put these items back in the collection as we had admired them for years in our antique catalog!


A discount if you buy them together!

For a limited time, we are offering these two groupings at a discounted price if you buy either the three decorative panels or the two portraits together!







Thank you for your continued interest in our collection!

Warm regards,
Robert, Kathleen, Lisa, Kayla, and the whole team

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