A facsimile of a Renaissance campana-shaped urn with medallion and intricate relief of vine leaves. The underside of the bowl and the neck are decorated with acanthus leaves. Current pair in stock are nicely weathered. Imported from England.
Urna in Latin means a pot, jar, or vessel. Urns as garden ornaments are stately, classical, and can be made in many different materials. They are perfect alone or in pairs and can be left empty or filled with plants and greens.