Art Deco Bronze Sculpture Figurine Woman 1920's Domestic Fashion Office Decor. This product sheet is originally written in English.
Please find below an automatic translation in French. If you have any questions, please contact us.This sculpture is in perfect condition. Bronze dimensions with marble base: Height 16" x Width 6".
Height without base: 12 1/2. Step back in time to the glamorous era of the 1920s with this captivating bronze sculpture of a woman exuding elegance and confidence.
Adorned with four delicately held feathers in her right hand, she stands as a symbol of the silent film era, a time of timeless beauty and grace. Her stunning dress cascades gracefully to the floor from the back, revealing glimpses of her legs and adorned with intricate layers that add depth and sophistication to the piece.
Every detail, from the meticulously crafted necklace and bracelet to the charming Charleston headband, highlights the exceptional talent of the artist and their attention to detail. Made using the famous "lost wax method," this bronze sculpture embodies the essence of craftsmanship and art. The complex process ensures that every curve and contour is faithfully captured, resulting in a realistic portrayal of the subject.The sculpture features a beautiful brown patina that enhances its vintage appeal and gives a sense of timelessness to the piece. Mounted on a sturdy marble base, the sculpture is elevated to new heights, further accentuating its beauty and imposing presence. This exceptional piece showcases the talent of renowned artist Milo, whose signature adorns the sculpture, affirming its authenticity and artistic value. Whether displayed in a private collection, showcased in a gallery, or adorning a vintage-themed setting, this bronze sculpture is sure to captivate viewers and transport them to the enchanting era of the 1920s. Its exquisite craftsmanship, attention to detail, and timeless beauty make it a valuable addition to any art lover's collection. Made using the famous "lost wax method," this bronze sculpture embodies the essence of the artist.