Egyptian dancer bronze after DH Chiparus.


Second quarter 20th Century

  • £399.00 Contact us for a courier quote.
  • €471 Euro
  • $547 US Dollar

United Kingdom

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Art deco Style Egyptian Dancer JB Deposee Paris after DH Chiparus.

Beautifully cast and mounted on a heavy marble base.

Foundry stamp for Garanti Paris JB Deposee and signed DH Chiparus
Lovely patina and condition a super statement piece.

Collection from Evesham or we can arrange a courier.

Chiparus was regarded as the master of art deco bronze sculpture.This piece is a beautiful casting of the original and is solid bronze bearing the signature and foundry mark. This is a reproduction of the original casting; the original would cost many many thousands! She is known as the Egyptian Dancer and has stunningly modelled features which are sleek and elegant with an exotic outfit. This is a large and heavy piece sitting on top of a good quality red and black marble base. The attention to detail is fantastic and this would make a wonderful statement piece. A truly fabulous art deco style bronze figure. Height - 54.75 cms to very top of hand (51 cms to top of head).


  • H: 54cm (21.26in)


Second quarter 20th Century

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