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Art Deco Lady and Peacock*
Quite delightful Art Deco study depicting a charming young lady seated on the ground, alongside a peacock which is looking up at her, with his long tail feathers folded behind him.
She’s gently touching the side of the bird and looks to be a very Deco girl with her short gold dress and a red ribbon in her swept-back hair.
Very nicely finished in muted golds and other dark shades and mounted on a pleasing and effective dual marble base.
Dating around the early 1930’s, signed CHAM and measuring approximately 58 cm in length, 12 cm wide and 23 cm high. As so often with these old Deco pieces, there are a few nibbles to the edge of the base but otherwise the overall condition is very good.