19th Century White Belgian Parisian Plaster Architectural Model Capitol
A white, antique Belgian architectural model made of hand crafted plaster of Paris, in good condition. It depicts the Frederik's Church in Copenhagen, Denmark. The main entrance of the detailed cathedral is accessible by a wide staircase, particularized by four columns. The detailed dome is composed with many rectangular windows. Exceptional item collector. Wear consistent with age and use. Circa 1900, Belgium.
The Frederik's Church, known also as The Marble Church, it is characterized in the Rocco architecture which was designed in 1740 by the Danish architect Nicolai Eigtved, also know as the Niels Eigtved ( 1701 - 1754 ). The Evangelical Lutheran church was build in Copenhagen, Denmark. It has the largest church dome in Scandinavia with a span of 31 m ( 101.7' ), resting on twelve columns.
Details: Parisian Plaster
Country of Origin: Belgium
Dimensions: 12" H x 13.25" W x 11.5" D