Description: Two women: perhaps sisters, friends, or mother and daughter. They wear empire waist style dresses. Each is holding a floral wreath or garland. The image can be interpreted in many ways. It may have been intended to represent a remembrance or memorial, as indicated by the column and laying of wreaths. Equally plausible is that the carving is an expression of a deep friendship or familial relationship. In the latter scenario, affection is sweetly illustrated by the women holding hands as they place on offering of flowers, a theme often seen in ancient Roman and Greek art.
Size: 2.4" x 3.0" (6.2 x 7.7 cm)
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