One of the first formal gardens in history, the elegant Villa di Castello, was created by Cosimo de Medici, Grand Duke of Tuscany, in 1538. At nineteen years old, the Grand Duke was a patron of the arts and commissioned remarkably extensive gardens laid out in harmony and order. A prime example of Italian renaissance architecture, our faux stone Florentine plinth, alone or in pairs, will add a touch of elegance to your sculptures, urns or greenery in the garden or a gallery creating a timeless classic. Display quality, finished in faux Roman stone with fleur-de-lis details, this notable Italian plinth will enrich any exhibit indoors or outside, adding that finishing touch to your tableau.
14½"sq.x24½"H. 25 lbs.