Ionic Column - Ancient Finishing

REF. Num: DC 001
Column in typical Ionic style, Scamozzi capital, Ancient finishing in green.
Height : 0.5 m - 2 m, Ø 22 cm
The height and colour are customizable. Price includes finishing.
 
Because of the fact that our items are 100 % hand made, they are unique.
Please note that our products are fully customizable in alternative colours & sizes. Please state how you would like the column customized during the submission process. Price varies according to selected finishing and measurements.

The prices for fully finished decorative columns DC 001 are:
- for 0.50 m - 0.90 m column - 240 EUR
- for 1.5 m - 2 m column - 380 EUR


Price: € 240.00

 



Decoration Guide and Ideas

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