Handmade Dubai Hotel Decoration Depict of Arab Arabian Artwork Number Figure 36" x 23"


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SKU: 55854
Total Dimensions: Height 36'' x Width 23''
Approximate Weight: 50 LBS
Original Reproduction: Original
This gorgeous bronze sculpture is of an ancient Prussian Prince. He is dressed in his royal armor and is ready to head into battle. He wears chest and leg armor which are adorned with intricate details such as the small clasps and bolts that hold his armor together. On his chest armor he has unique trimming which looks like it belongs to a royal wardrobe. He wears a thick clasp link belt which holds his sheath for his sword. His helmet is closely related to the pickelhaube, which was a common helmet worn in early 19th century, the pickelhaube was designed from ancient Prussian helmets. He has a prominent stance and a stern and concerned look. He has fine straight lines which make his jaw line very prominent giving this sculpture a more dignified feel. Under his helmet and his chest armor he wears a texturized cloth, looking like it could be made of wool, which helps ease the heaver weight of the armor. In his one hand he holds an incense burner, blessing his surroundings and warning off evil spirits.  This bronze sculpture has a tow tone brown patina. It is mounted on a black marble base and is signed by the artist Giancarlo. This is a limited edition bronze sculpture which was casted using the "Lost Wax Method". Underneath the artist signature you will find the edition number
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Patrick Kramer
Dubai Statue

I wanted something big and this is big and the marksmanship is beautiful. The statue itself doesn't give justice to a warrior, but it looks great.


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