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 aficionados of the Roaring 20's, Jazz Age, and the literary world of F. Scott Fitzgerald, this exquisite Flapper sculpture encapsulates the spirit of that iconic era. Flappers were heralded as the "New Breed" of young women, known for their rebellious nature and fearless embrace of what was then considered "unacceptable behavior," including smoking, drinking, engaging in sexual liberation, and even driving. The aftermath of World War I ushered in a new generation of party-loving, swing-dancing, and free-spirited individuals. This demure flapper figurine embodies the vivacious energy of the Jazz Age. Even after kicking off her heels for the night, she can't resist doing the Charleston. Her bobbed hair, a symbol of the era, curls playfully from beneath her stylish 1920s hat, which was a defining fashion statement of the Jazz-obsessed era. As she moves, her dress shimmies, capturing the essence of the era's exuberant dancing. Cast with meticulous attention to detail and artisanal craftsmanship, this bronze sculpture is created using the esteemed "Lost Wax Method." It is securely mounted on a marble base, enhancing both its visual impact and stability. The sculpture is personally signed by the artist T.d Guirande. This Flapper sculpture is not just a work of art but also a nostalgic homage to a bygone era when music, fashion, and culture underwent a dramatic transformation. Whether displayed as a tribute to the Jazz Age or as an emblem of the independent spirit, this bronze masterpiece is bound to resonate with enthusiasts of the Roaring 20's and admirers of F. Scott Fitzgerald's enduring narratives. It stands as a captivating piece of art that beautifully encapsulates the essence of a truly iconic period in history.