Statue art deco 1930 regulated cast iron of art dancer and marble ball bearer e728. This art deco statue dates back to 1930. It bears a "france" signature, it is probably a model of max the glassmaker. It is made of cast iron of art, commonly referred to as regulated, on a bearing marble. The dancer wears a ball in one hand, she's elegant.Here are the faults for the sharpest, we signal. Frictions and wear, micro scratches and scratches of use.
However, this dancer remains in a good condition of conservation. Thank you for detailing our many photos that will allow you to judge the state. Do not hesitate to zoom in.The photos are an integral part of the description. Base length: 8.5 cm. Base width: 8.5 cm.
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As you can see for our evaluations, we take particular care in the making of our packages, very conscientious packaging with several layers of protection: bubbles, cartons.. the shipping costs include the shipping costs and the packaging allowing us to guarantee you the safety of the object until reception. This item is in the category "art, antiques\art of xxe, contemporary\sculptures, statues". The seller is "mayawallis" and is located in this country: en.