A truly exceptional original architectural fragment recently discovered in Bruges, Belgium and is the considered the original "master" for molds where pieces were made for church alters and estates across Europe in the 1800s. The factory was forced to close during the Nazi occupation during WWII and this is part of a collection of these plaster masters that were later discovered in the attic of the building. (This is where the term "masterpiece" originated). We see this historic piece as an artful sculptural piece and have had it professionally mounted on 3 inch acrylic. Please note the piece is not in pristine condition due to its age but we feel it adds to the character and integrity of the piece. Crafted of plaster, wood and burlap and some pieces include the metal rod for the mold. Crating and very special attention to shipping is given with freight shipment of the piece.
Measures 49.75"H x 18"W x 8"D. Acrylic pad is 3" thick and is permanently attached to the plaster piece. Due to the materials and size, expert packing, crating and shipping will be required. Please contact us for a shipping quote before purchase.