Sculptures and statues for sale from bronze, marble, stone, bone, spelter and others. Sculptures and statues from antiques to modern styles for sale with worldwide shipping in a variety of themes.
A sculpture of Saint George slaying the dragon with his lance. The statue is made of silver gilded spelter with a 925 sterling silver plaque stamped W.J.G. Dimensions Height: 40.5 cm / 15.94 inches Width: 12 cm / 4.72 inches Base diameter: 9.7 cm / 3.81 inches Weight: 2.5 Kg / 5.5 Lbs.
A wood framed three pieced plaque depicting three major periods of the history of Portugal. The three Portuguese history eras depicted are from left to right: Portuguese interregnum crisis of 1383–1385 (Crise De 1383-1385) was a civil war in Portuguese history during which no crowned king of Portugal reigned. The interregnum (a period of discontinuity or "gap" in rule of the land or country) began when King Ferdinand I died without a male heir and ended when King John I was crowned in 1385 after his victory during the Battle of Aljubarrota. Portuguese Restoration War 1640–1668 - was the war between Portugal and Spain that began with the Portuguese revolution of 1640 and ended with the Treaty of Lisbon in 1668, bringing a formal end to the Iberian Union. The Iberian Union was the dynastic union of the Kingdoms of Castile and Aragon of Spain and the Kingdom of Portugal under the Castilian Crown that existed between 1580 and 1640. Reconquista Crista 711-1492 - the reconstruction period in Iberian history in which the Christian kingdoms of Spain and Portugal fought the invading Muslim Umayyad empire of Arab-Berber forces. After the surrender of Granada in January 1492, the entire Iberian peninsula was controlled by Christian rulers. Behind each intricate bronze relief is a brief description history written by Professor Verissimo Serrao of Lisbon University. Dimensions Height: 11.7 cm (4.6 inches) Width: 35.8 cm (14.09 inches)
A sculpture of a Bocce or Petanque player made of spelter signed 1890 with an unreadable sculpture's name. The petanque player is holding two balls, one that he is holding in his right hand aiming and getting ready to throw and the other in his left hand. Dimensions Height: 50 cm (19.68 inches) Width: 20 cm (7.87 inches) Weight: 4.6 Kg (10.14 lbs.)
A bronze medallion depicting a Hopi tribe women coming out of a corn husk with a buffalo to the right and an American bold eagle to the left. The Hopi woman is naked with the tribe's distinctive hair style, holding a snake in her right hand and a smoking pipe in her left hand. The medallion is signed by J.H. Bond and marked in the back 20/2500 copies. The medallion is 12.5 cm (4.92 inches) in diameter.
A small art nouveau bronze bust of a woman on stand by sculptor Prof. Amedeo Neri and cast by Aktien-Ges. Vorm. H. Gladenbeck & Sohn signed 1902. The words "Aktien-Ges. Vorm. H. Gladenbeck & Sohn" translate as "Aktien Company, formerly H. Gladenbeck & Son." The company made monumental statues as well as smaller figures in bronze. The company was located in Berlin and operated from 1851 to 1926. Dimensions: Height: 24.5 cm / 9.64 inches Base width: 5 cm / 1.96 inches
Scottish hunter holding the freshly killed fox retrieved by his loyal dog. This bronze sculpture of a Scottish hunter with fox by Pierre Jules Mene (1810-1879) captures the victorious final moments of the hunt as the fox is captured. This casting is in excellent condition showing all details of this Scottish hunter wearing his kilt, leather and fur sporran (wallet), belt with large buckle, fly plaid cloth wrapped around torso and the famous Scottish Highland dirk hanging from the belt. All of these as well as the dog and the fox are beautifully cast in bronze, crisp and life like just like P. J, Mene was famous for his realistic animal and human sculptures. Dimensions Height: 54.5 cm / 21.45 inches Base width: 29 cm / 11.4 inches Weight: 21.5 Kg / 47.4 Lbs
Beautiful Pompeian Bronze Company Bookends of the "The Sculptor" from 1920's in art deco/nouveau style. These bookends were made by the Pompeian Bronze Company of Brooklyn, NY during the 1920's. They copyrighted this set as named "The Sculptor" in 1921. Each bookend features an ancient Greek style nude figure wearing the traditional cloth and holding a mallet in his right hand. These bookends are made probably of spelter and are in very good condition considering that they are now 100 years old. Dimensions Length: 16 cm / 6.3 inches Width: 7 cm / 2.75 inches Height: 18 cm /7.08 inches Weight: 1.84 Kg / 4 lbs
An Antique early 20th century German blacksmith bronze sculpture beautifully made showing the blacksmith swinging his hammer towards the anvil which is set on a chopped tree truck. The iron piece on the anvil that is being hammered is made loose and comes out. This blacksmith sculpture was given as an award or gift according to the plaque on the base written: Jhrem allverehrten Paul Siele zum 1. October 1919 Vereinigung Deutscher Sackgrosshandler Translated: To the well honored Paul Siele On October 1st 191 From the Association of German sack wholesalers Probably a one of a kind item since we couldn't find another. Dimensions Height: 38 cm (15 inches) Width: 21 cm (8.26 inches) Base: 18 x 13 cm (7x5.11 inches) Weight: 6.5 Kg (14.33 lbs)
A set of three Thephanom statues made of bronze and covered in gold leaf. In Thai Buddhist mythology the Thephanom are angels or deities who are temple protectors and guardians. The Thepanom first came to earth when Buddha reached enlightenment becoming his protector, guardians of religious temples and artifacts such as scrolls. These three antique Thai bronze sculptures are with the following dimension from left to right Height: 84 cm / 66 cm / 84 cm Width: 18 cm / 16 cm / 18 cm Weight: 15.5 Kg / 14.2 Kg / 15.6 Kg
The Liberator sculpture by Yevgeny Vuchetich, featuring the idealistic Soviet liberator warrior with his sword pointed to the ground symbolizing the end of combat, holding in his other arm a baby girl symbolizing the future, and stepping on a broken swastika symbolizing the defeat of Nazi Germany. The Liberator statue is located in the central monument at the Soviet WW II Cemetery and Memorial in Berlin-Treptow, Germany. Almost 5000 soldiers and officers who died during the battles for Berlin are buried next to the bulk mound. It is a bronze sculpture 11 meters tall (36 feet), weighing 63 metric tons (70 US tons) made by famous Soviet sculptor Yevgeny Vuchetich and dedicated on May 8, 1949, the 4th anniversary of the Soviet victory over Nazi-Germany. Dimensions: Height: 42 cm (16.5 inches) Width: 17.4 cm (6.85 inches) Weight: 4 Kg (8.81 lbs)
The Motherland Calls or in literal translation from Russian: Homeland-Mother Is Calling! is a statue of a woman stepping forward with a raised sword representing the Soviet or Russian Motherland calling on its sons and daughters to repulse the enemy and return to the attack. This Soviet era sculpture which started construction in May 1959 and completed on 15 October 1967 is the compositional center of the monument-ensemble "Heroes of the Battle of Stalingrad" on Mamayev Kurgan in Volgograd, Russia. It was designed by sculptor Yevgeny Vuchetich and structural engineer Nikolai Nikitin, and declared the tallest statue in the world in 1967 when complete. At 85 m (279 ft), it is the tallest statue in Europe, the tallest outside of Asia and the tallest statue (excluding pedestals) of a woman in the world. This Motherland Calls sculpture by Yevgeny Vuchetich is a beautiful representation of Soviet art with an art nuevo twist. Dimensions: Height: 62.5 cm (24.6 inches) Width: 13.5 cm x 13.5 (5.3 inches) Weight: 6.3 Kg (13.8 lbs)
L'Armurier or The Arm's Maker by Henryk Kossowski Jr. is a beautiful French bronze sculpture depicting a swordsmith inspecting his work and wondering about its quality. The statue is beautifully cast and detailed as were many of the works done at the Siot-Decauville and sculpted by Henryk Kossowski Jr. who was active during the years of 1880-1915. This swordsmith sculpture is featured in the book “Bronzes: Sculptors and Founders, Vol. II“ on page 379, where it is identified as “L'Armurier“ or “The Arm's Maker“. It is bronze with golden gild and shown with the edge of his work bench and clamp beside his leg. The sword itself is in tact, which in many cases is either broken or missing. The sculpture is signed by the artist in the base "H. Kossowski" and marked by the Siot-Decauville foundry "II 251". Dimensions: Height: 33 cm (13 inches) Width: 12 cm (4.7 inches) Weight: 2.9 Kg (6.4 lbs.)