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