Louis V Aronson pieces are becoming more scarce as time progresses, but here is your chance to own a very rare and beautiful signed piece. Aronson founded the Art Metal Works Co. for which he designed and produced high quality sculptures meant to decorate and light the home in the early 1920s. His beautiful women and nudes are legendary. He later closed AMW and founded the Ronson lighter company, but in that short window of producing beautiful collectibles, he left a small legacy, IF you can find his pieces! This a a stunning Egyptian Art Deco semi nude kneeling on an Arabian carpet with extended arms holding a large bowl for incense. The modeling is exquisite and detailed, and there is only slight loss of the bronzed finish. Quite weighty. Signed to the bottom, LV Aronson 1923. 7" tall by 5" deep by 3 3/4" wide. Aronson also produced this lovely lady as a lamp. There is no lid to the burner and there is a moon shaped gap on the bottom, but that could be a result of production, as the rough bottom edges would have been covered in felt.
Item ID: IB-103
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