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    Posted 10 months ago

    Blondie15
    (47 items)

    This is a pair of metal 20" statues I can't identify. I think their color is enameled and in spots has a tiny chip. No identifying marks.

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    Comments

    1. Golgatha Golgatha, 10 months ago
      Look art deco. Around 1900. France ? Germany ?
    2. Blondie15 Blondie15, 10 months ago
      Thank you for comment. Yes, I agree definitely art deco. Remin or Spelter are close but none I have found are enameled. I just love these.
    3. Gillian, 10 months ago
      Don't believe these are Deco. They're too frilly, and oh so not angular with clean lines etc. Italian maybe. MCM or early 50's?
    4. Gillian, 10 months ago
      Looking more closely, I see some evidence of injection molding. Air pocket bubbles that look like very small pimples. If they are molded the dates may have a wider range.
    5. Blondie15 Blondie15, 10 months ago
      The closest I came to identifying them is a post on Worthpoint for an antique Spelter Newel lamp of L'Amour's Galant Lady. But still far off. Am I correct in saying these are enameled?

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