SKU: YRD-1088

Condition: This sculpture is in perfect condition
Bronze Dimensions with Marble Base: Height 14" X Width 6"
Marble Dimensions: Diameter 6"
Height without base:13"
Weight:9 LBS
Original or Reproduction: Reproduction

For enthusiasts of the Roaring 20's, Jazz Age, and the literary works of F. Scott Fitzgerald, this captivating Flapper sculpture is a testament to that iconic era. Flappers were the "New Breed" of young women who challenged societal norms, embracing behaviors considered taboo at the time, such as smoking, drinking, engaging in sexual liberation, and even driving. This sculpture pays homage to these free spirits who emerged in the wake of World War I, embodying the spirit of the party-loving, swing-dancing youth. This demure flapper figurine exudes the vibrant energy of the Jazz Age. She can't resist the urge to Charleston, even after kicking off her heels for the night. Her bobbed hair, a hallmark of the era, peeks out from beneath her stylish 1920s hat. Her dress shimmies with her every move, capturing the essence of the era's exuberant dancing. Cast entirely by hand using the prestigious "Lost Wax Method," this bronze sculpture boasts exquisite detail and craftsmanship. It is securely mounted on a marble base, further enhancing its visual appeal and stability, and is signed by the artist T.d Guirande. This Flapper sculpture is a nostalgic reminder of a bygone era when music, fashion, and culture underwent a dramatic transformation. Whether displayed as a homage to the Jazz Age or as a symbol of the independent spirit, this bronze masterpiece is sure to delight enthusiasts of the Roaring 20's and admirers of F. Scott Fitzgerald's timeless tales. It stands as a captivating work of art that beautifully captures the essence of an iconic period in history.