No country produced the volume and quality of statuary like France during the Art Deco period, and this is no exception! Signed 'Limousin' in the metal, the piece features a beautiful lady with outstretched arm offered as a roost for a large flying bird. She is made of speltre (white metal) and cold-painted, set on a pinkish beige marble base. There is slight loss of the paint to her face, but overall a stunning vintage piece that measures 18" wide, 5 3/4" deep and almost 12" high. Created circa 1925. Limousin is a region in France that was a hotbed for artists and sculptors, and often the region of production was used to identify a piece instead of a company or artist's name.
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