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Bronze Tambourine Dancer by Faguays
Impressive and stylish Art Deco tambourine dancer from Pierre Le Faguays dating from the height of the Deco era, circa 1925-30.
The young lady is partially draped in a short dress with its single strap over her right shoulder, leaving the left side of her upper body exposed. She is also wearing rings on her fingers and a pair of strappy sandals on her feet and ankles.
Her energetic pose is full of joy as she laughingly dances and plays the tambourine with one arm held aloft.
Cast in bronze with lovely detail, patinated in a greenish hue and mounted on an upright rectangular verde antico marble base which sets off this sculpture really well.
Signed Le Faguays on the socle and a good size with an overall height of approximately 56 cm. There are one or two of the usual old nibbles to the corners of the marble base, but otherwise this very fine piece is in excellent condition.