Bronze Code: 94
Height: 15.7 In
Width: 5.9 In
Weight: 7.3 LBs


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Unveiling an irreplaceable masterpiece that embodies elegance, grace, and intricate craftsmanship: the 'Dancers in a Long Dress' sculpture. This is an exquisite work of art, initially crafted by the renowned artist, A. Leonard, for the prestigious World Exhibition in Paris back in 1900. Rooted in a rich history and showered with golden accolades, this eye-catching sculptural group of 15 dancers has admirably won the esteemed gold prize, marking an extraordinary benchmark in A. Leonard's artistic career.

The 'Dancers in a Long Dress' piece, ingeniously crafted from the finest Sevres porcelain, exhibits an exceptional portrayal of 15 dancers, each radiating a uniqueness of their own. Each dancer is elegantly poised in a distinct pose and is holding unique objects that add an additional splash of character to the overall ensemble. Inspired by the original's overwhelming success, this beautiful sculptural group has been subsequently recrafted in bronze, adding a touch of timeless grandeur to the masterpiece.

This extraordinary replica measures 40 cm in height, making it a substantial and attention-grabbing piece of furniture that adds a vintage aura combined with a drop of sophistication to any space it graces. Whether you are a lover of artistic expressions originated by famous masters or a connoisseur of historical artifacts, the 'Dancers in a Long Dress' is a must-have addition to your collection. It is more than just a sculpture; it is a story, a legacy, and an illustration of incredible talent that combines 19th-century charm with modern appeal.