She’s lovely. Serene, thoughtful, symmetrical…and meta-vintage, being made back in 1965 as an homage to the ancient Greek statues back in, well, the 9th century BC, give or take. You would never know she was so old to look at her. No chips or cracks or any signs of wear, actually. Wooden pedestal box is solid and the black paint is unblemished. Made of plaster, to resemble stone, not heavy but neither is it light. A truly stately table sculpture in a compact size.
11.5" H x 5.5" D x 5" W
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