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Pair of Neoclassical ormolu mounted red marble or hardstone urns attr. Raingo Freres, Paris; each with domed basket weave style lids having pineapple finials and supported by three caryatid ram figures, each with a single, curved, leaf-overlaid leg ending in a hoof, joined by a low-relief gilt bronze band with scene of cherubs at work and play, cast floral swags, and a tripodal base with pineapple final and inset bands of foliage. All raised on three toupie feet. Stamped "Raingo" on underside. 18 3/4" H x 8 1/2" diameter. French, late 19th century. CONDITION: Overall good condition. 1/4" chip to one urn (below band, between masks) and possible horizontal hairline and 1/8" chip to other side of urn. Both with scattered natural fissures and imperfections to stone and scattered spots of minor oxidation to bronze. 1 lid has a couple of tiny holes.