Total Dimensions: Height 12'' x Width 15''
Approximate Weight: 21 LBS
Original Reproduction: Reproduction
wonderful bronze study of an Indian woman seated in her canoe, looking over her shoulder. This piece has also been referred to as a representation of the Indian princess, Pocahontas. It is an exquisitely detailed piece featuring a beautiful feathered headpiece, long spear, and an intricately detailed blanket that is draped across her nude body. Every time you look at this piece, there is something new that catches your eye such as her beaded necklace and hoop earrings, her authentic facial expression, the matching bangles that accent her ankles and wrists, and the ribbed pattern on the long canoe. The details of this piece have been crafted in an extraordinary way that allowed French artisan, Duchoiselle, to truly bring it to life. This piece is a must-have that will surely be treasured for years to come, featuring the lost wax method of casting, founded thousands of years ago ensuring an exquisitely detailed sculpture that will add grace and beauty to your business or home. Signed "Duchoiselle" in cursive on the base. Duchoiselle lived and worked in the 19th century in France.
Availability: 9 In Stock
Product Code: YRD-344
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