This slightly abstract metal dancer table sculpture is touchingly elegant and graceful, perched on a wooden block for all time. The piece is light on the eyes yet has weight to it, as you might expect from the materials. No damage to mention. Circa 1980.
14.5" H x 6" W; Base 3.25" x 3.25"
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