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Art Deco Bronze ‘Lady & Greyhound’
Very appealing and quite rare double patinated Art Deco bronze group of a young lady and her faithful Greyhound posing together.
She is seated on the raised part of the marble base, turning her head towards the dog which has partially climbed up to her and is lovingly nuzzling her neck.
She’s a very 1930’s Deco girl, with her flared and pleated dress and cloche hat with its upturned brim. Her entire outfit is in the same shade of gold while her pet is patinated in silver.
The combination looks great on its portoro marble base which shows excellent veining.
A good size but not too large at around 48 X 14 cm, and approximately 35 cm high.
Signed Z. Kovats at the back of her dress and marked bronze.