Sculptures of embracing nude couples were a popular item in the 1970s. There is a duality about them, they are both sexy and also traditionally wholesome, which sort of sums up the vibe of that era. Sure, this couple is totally naked and in a passionate embrace, but they are probably married or at least going to be soon...
Made by Creative Decor Inc, but reminiscent of an Austin Productions piece. Substantial and well-made, it is ceramic with a bronze finish, and is beautifully detailed. Made in "Phila PA" in 1977.
20" H x 10" W x 8" D
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