I Like Mikes Mid Century Modern
Johannes Brahms had many looks over his lifetime...this one is from a bit later in his life it would seem. But my is it stately! Made in 1963 by the Belwin Company, cast from resin, a favorite material of the day, this bust immortalizes the great composer in a fashion quite suitable for your living room shelves or drawing room end tables. Honestly, anywhere he sits he'll make you look more cultured!
We can see why resin was so popular, considering that 60+ years later, this piece doesn't show any signs of age at all, the condition is mint.
16" H x 9" W x 6" D
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This handmade sculpture is totally unique and quite impressive. Created out of re-barb, spark plugs, what appears to be a motorcycle intake manifold, and various... View full product details
This bust of a young Ludwig van Beethoven was crafted in 1968 by the Belwin Company in Bronze colored resin (a favorite medium of the era). He... View full product details
This is a remarkably detailed wood sculpture by a talented wood artist named Salve, about whom we know little. The human face, either male or... View full product details