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VIENNA BRONZE POLYCHROME ELECTRIC BELL SERVANT RINGER

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Art Nouveau1645 of 1753SOME OF MY IMPERIAL COLLECTION IIIvery rare PINK Loetz Phänomen Genre 377, circa 1900, signed
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Posted 3 years ago

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IVAN49
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Austrian Vienna polychromed bronze table servant bell electric ringer from the early 1900's. The figure is of the dwarf cutting-off the branch. The pusher is protruding branch stem in front; it looks as the part of the figure unless you push it. It is not marked. It was made in ``lost wax`` technique with great quality and detail – I like the ax off the base, very difficult to execute with single casting – no detail has been added. There is a simple contact mechanism inside, obviously for direct current of very low voltage. The hole for the cord is in the back. It is 3 `` tall including the base.

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  1. Wulfdog, 3 years ago
    OMG I love gnomes.
  2. cindyjune cindyjune, 3 years ago
    Wonderful! The detail is amazing! The axe, the saw right down to his pointy hat!
    I am familiar with lost wax casting and it is quite an art. Thanks for sharing this!

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