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Sculptural Mid-Century Sea Urchin Fantasy Table Lamp Attributed to Curtis Jere

A fantastic composition of a polished burled root wood from which springs stems and leaves of patinated copper carrying four lights made of real sea urchin shells inserted in petal like grips. When the lights are on they glow in a wonderful symphony of colors. The lamp is attributed to ...

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19th Century Giant Bronze Statue of the Flying Mercury after Giovanni da Bologna

Standing almost 44 inches tall and raised on a circular molded base Mercury (or Greek: Hermes) stands balancing on an allegory of the North Wind in a powerful pose holding the 'caduceus' in his left hand. The statue is modeled after the original by Giovanni da Bologna (Jean Bologne) (1529-1608). Additional ...

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French 19th Century Gilt Bronze Figure of Hermes after Marius Pierre Montagne

Standing 18 inches tall this well modeled bronze figure of the seated Hermes (Mercury) depicts the young god with wings in his hair wrapped in a minimal loin cloth and holding a flute in his left hand, his right arm reaching down for a sword. It is signed Marius Montagne ...

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Weathered Lifesize Cast Cement Statue of Male Nude after Michelangelo’s David

Standing almost 39 inches tall this well modeled three quarter length statue features a desirable weathered surface and good detail. Especially the facial expression is beautifully rendered. The original statue of David by Michelangelo is 17 ft tall and positioned outside Palazzo della Signora in Florence, Italy. 38.5 in.H x 22 ...

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‘Standing Male Nude’ Bronze Figure by Ramon Lago, Noted Cuban American Sculptor

'Standing Male Nude' by Ramon Lago, Cuban American, 20th century, Miami. Patinated bronze, H 14.5 inches, signed. Additional information and price: https://www.1stdibs.com/dealers/decorative-arts-and-fine-antiques/ Ramon Lago is a well-known, respected artist and sculptor whose works have been exhibited both nationally and internationally. Mr. Lago was born in Cuba and brought to the United States ...

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19th Century Carved Marble Bust of Young Octavian, Later Emperor Caesar Augustus

Standing 22 inches tall the white Carrara marble bust of the Young Octavian rests on a waisted circular base and is of Italian origin carved after the antique' Young Octavian' end of 1st century BC, now in the Vatican Museums - Pius Clementinus Museum - Gallery of the Busts. The ...

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17th or 18th Century Oval Carved Marble Portrait Relief of Domizio Enobarbo

A superior portrait capturing the powerful essence of the personality. There were several high ranking Romans of that name through the time, this portrait could well be of the younger Gneo Domizio Enobarbo (Latin: Gnaeu Domitius Ahenobarbus), the father of the later Emperor Nero. 12.25 in.H x 10 in.W x 2.5 ...

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‘The Architect’ Neoclassical Bronze Figure of a Seated Young Man by Hans Keck

Modeled and signed by the German sculptor Hans Keck (active 1900-1922) this impressive bronze figure, standing 20 inches tall, represents a well built young man wearing a loin cloth sitting on a stone ledge with a contemplative expression surrounded by the tools of a marble carver or an architect. A ...

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A Pair of 19th Century Italian Neoclassical Bronze Busts of Likely Ganymede and Hebe

SOLD. Ganymede, considered the most handsome boy in the world, was a Prince of Troy and abducted by Zeus with whom he replaced Hebe, the daughter of Hera, as cupbearer to the gods. Ganymede is often depicted wearing a Phrygian cap as in this case, under which his wavy hair ...

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An Antique Tibetan Kapala Rams Skull Adorned with Silver and Semi Precious Stones

A Tibetan or Nepalese Silver-alloy mounted twin horned rams or goat scull called a Kapala, used for tantric rituals. The silver applications are richly fashioned into a human face, lips, small human skulls, dragons etc. and accented with inserted colored semi-precious stones. Likely mid 20th century. A rare and striking ...

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