1920s GREIST Statue - ART DECO Nude Lady INCENSE BURNER
- Source: eBay
I guess you could say she's "wearing" a long, flowing gown, but if she is she's only barely wearing it. From the waist up, she's . . . well . . . she's nekked as a jaybird! What ever!
Height = Nearly 9" - She's made of metal with a pearly painted finish with a few minor surface losses - nothing really unsightly.
The sculptor certainly captured her struggle to hold the heavy tray, don't you think? Please notice a couple things in the image above. First: T is a decal in the bottom of the bowl. It advertises a Cincinnati automotive business (now defunct). The other thing to notice is that t are paint losses on her breasts, which makes sense. Put a statue on the counter at a parts garage and every guy who walks in will be compelled to give her a little rub. (It's perfectly natural - a genetic thing.)
"The Tri-State Ignition, Inc. - 8th and Broadway, Main 3370
Cincinnati, Ohio - Sales and Service
Carburator and Ignition Specialists"
at 341, I have two "Prime Directives:"
First: I never, under any circumstances, use a reserve, and everything starts at $9, sometimes even less.
Second: I don't clean, repair, or otherwise monkey around with anything.