17th century Italian vase with a chesapecten shell and adorned with an aquamarine point and aquamarine along the base. It sits on a stone slab. The Italian vase is originally from a church in Florence. It is distressed with hints of the original turquoise paint. The chesapecten shell and aquamarine complement the texture and color of the fragment artifact.
The Italian church vase fragment, chesapecten shell, and aquamarine are put together in a sculptural form - creating a piece that appears to have evolved together over time. Interpreting the past to create a piece entirely original, evolving in its own right.
Size: 9" high x 3.5" wide x 3" deep