With Valentine’s Day around the corner, and Cupid fresh on our minds, OGT is offering something a little special for our customers.
This salvaged multi-piece poly-chrome terracotta cherub frieze was one of twelve that were carefully removed, pieced back together, and restored to their original, incredible glory.
Reclaimed from the facade of a demolished building in Baltimore, Maryland, this cherub frieze was salvaged early on by Olde Good Things. Purchased years ago, this piece is now back on the market, looking for a new place to call home, a new place to brighten and beautify.
Here it is pictured on display at one of many outdoor markets that Olde Good Things attends.
This piece would be a perfect ground mosaic in a garden, or a wall mosaic in a home or restaurant.
If you’d like to learn more about the history of this piece, or if you’d like to see what else Olde Good Things has in it’s expanding inventory, contact us.