The USA, Metropolitan Museum, New York
In the Metropolitan Museum, New York, Lazzarini refers to ‘two columns, abundantly sculptured on three sides with beautifully fine floral motifs (frondiferous trees providing a home for birds and insects) that are dated to the end of first, beginning of the second century and are now conserved in the Metropolitan Museum of New York’.7 Searching the website of the Metropolitan Museum shows the mention of 1-1 results for cipollino marble, a column with Accession Number 23.160.45a-c, unfortunately with no image available.

7 Lazzarini, L., 2007, p.188.