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Hermitage Atlantes Glass-Topped Pedestal Table
Inspired by the original sculptures by artist Alexander Terebenev (1815-1859) in the Hermitage Museum St. Petersburg Russia
Expected back in stock: January 19
With a nod to the internationally-admired Neoclassical portico that anchors Russia's Hermitage Museum, the artist of this work of furniture art was inspired to adapt a pair of strong Atlas figures as pediments. Cast in quality designer resin with an antique stone finish, the Basil Street Gallery idealized male figures, aptly placed on a pedestal for full display, are exquisitely positioned beneath a 1/5" thick, glass top measuring a foot-and-a-half wide.
- Simple assembly required. Simply screw glass tabletop to base using metal fulcrum.
- Maximum weight limit for this item is 110 pounds (50 kgs).
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About The Artist
Alexander Terebenev (1815-1859)
Alexander Ivanovich Terebenev son of Russian sculptor and painter Ivan Terebenev graduated from the Imperial Academy of Arts and famously created the entrance of the Imperial Hermitage so successfully that Emporer Nicholas I requested he make a second set of sculptures as a gift to the king of Prussia.
- Wipe up spills on glass table tops promptly with a damp cloth.
- Dust sculptural table bases regularly with a clean dry lint-free cloth.
- To remove accumulated dust use a soft cloth dampened in a solution of mild detergent and warm water. Dry thoroughly using a clean cloth.
- Avoid placing hand-painted full color finishes in direct sunlight to prevent fading.
Weights & Dimensions
- Table: 18.5"Wx18.5"Dx29"H. 13 lbs.
- Base: 10.5"x10.5"
- Top Surface (without glass): 7.5"x8"
- Glass Tabletop: 18.5" round, 1/5" thick