Vtg Style Woman Lady LPGA Golfer Club Bag Bronze Marble Statue Tournament Trophy

EuropeanBronzeSKU: EP-505

Sale price$199.00$99.50
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Condition: This sculpture is in perfect condition.
Bronze Dimensions with Marble Base:
Height 12" X Width 5"
Marble Dimensions: Diameter 4".

Height without base: 11"
Weight : 5 LBS
Inventory: 58B5052285 A+

She holds her pose as she watches her ball fly high and clear and lands perfectly on the green. She has a picture perfect posture as she swings. She is fully decked out in golfing gear head to toe. Her viser keeps the mid summer days sun out of her eyes. She uses her lucky club and sports a comfortable polo with some chaps. This is the perfect gift to give to the female golfer in your life! This bronze sculpture was casted using the “Lost Wax Method” and has a brown patina. It is mounted on a black marble base and is 100% bronze. This bronze sculpture is signed by the artist Milo. World famous sculptor "Milo" is the artistic partner of the Lynn Forbes School of Sculpture—and is offering an exclusive signature in the wax of every piece of his items, which are Custom Cast with European Bronze Finery. In effect it makes EACH SCULPTURE an ORIGINAL since each one is different than the next (similar to a Limited Edition). Again, Milo—our partner—IS THE ORIGINAL SCULPTOR of this incredible work of art. Milo was born in Paris in 1939; Milo lived most of his childhood in Andalusia, Spain. Influenced by an artistic family background, he began sculpting at the age of seventeen. After apprenticing with several accomplished sculptors both in America and Spain, he began his own work focusing equally on steel and bronze. Horses and other animals were a natural direction of his work to follow. As a child he was surrounded by horses and witnessing the fighting bulls of Spain gave him an instinct for the inherent drama of these animals. Combining a special cement mixture with steel has allowed him the fluidity of metal with the timelessness of stone. This process enables him to capture the essence of the animal's nature. The characteristic rough texture and movement of line make Milo work easily identifiable in both cement and bronze.

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