Bovano, founded in 1952, is known for their intricate enameled copper sculptures, which until this year were still made by artisans in Connecticut. This pair of miniature vintage flowers in red and blue is a prime example of their work. The flowers are copper throughout, and vitreous enamel (pulverized glass) bringing the petals to life. They are perched on real wood bark bases. They remain in very good original condition and have lost none of their charm.
5" H x 4" W
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