Bronze Female Bust on Bronze Base - Classical Sculpture

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  • Item Category: Metals
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Sep 30,2008
  • Channel: Online Auction
Hemmingway, Braun & Riely

Estate Appraiser's and Fine Art Liquidators

Simply Gorgeous, Excellent Condition, Superb Quality This Auction is for a Outstanding Bronze Bust of an unknown Female. Majestically Mounted on a Sculptured Bronze Base. Virtuous! ~ Alluring! ~ Elegant! ~ Classical! PHOTOS: '" '" VERY FINE QUALITY BRONZE STATUE DESCRIPTION:
HIGH QUALITY BRONZE STATUE ON MARBLE BASE DIMENSIONS: 17 1/2 " x 11 1/2 " x 7 " (45 x 29 x 18 cm) SHIPPING WEIGHT: 15 Lbs.
Please review the VERY LARGE pictures and notice the exacting details and the Excellent Condition of this very collectible Bronze Statue. This superb work suggests that the artist was not only extremely accomplished, but was also a very well educated and experienced Master Artist. This gorgeous work of art was produced using the "Lost Wax" casting method as described below. All pictures are of the ITEM or ITEMS that are up for auction.

"LOST WAX"

OR

HOT CAST

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BRONZE

BASE

Lost Wax Casting Method :

The "Lost Wax" or Hot Cast is the most precise metal casting technique in existence, ensuring a statue with accurate and exquisite detail. This statue is made of Bronze (a mixture of copper and tin), and was cast from a wax model utilizing a process that was founded thousands of years ago. This "Lost Wax" casting method is an extremely labor intensive and expensive process, but the end results produce a Heirloom Quality Masterpiece. Bronze art work become long term investments that are treasured now and by generations to come.

Bronze Base and Patina :

This hard to find Bronze Statue stands in a class of it's own. This Bronze is positioned atop a gorgeous attached bronze base, adding style and a look of luxury. The patina of this Bronze has a lustrous appearance and will illuminate any room in which it resides with it's rich coloration.

Highly Decorative ~ Captivating Beauty ~ Bronze Classic

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