Bronze Code: 273
Height: 5.3 In
Width: 4.1 In
Weight: 1.5 LBs


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We are thrilled to introduce our exclusive collection of stylized busts, reminiscent of the aesthetic allure and poignant charm of ancient antiques. Much like the statues of yore, our busts embody the gravitas and substance associated with the artistic styles of established antiquity, bearing a weightiness that resonates with the historical significance of their subjects. These contemporary busts, while carrying a comforting familiarity in their design, are indeed impressions of the past, brought to life in our day with close attention to the lumps and bumps that make each piece unique.

Highlighted in our collection is a bust dedicated to the influential and contentious figure of Lavrentiy Pavlovich Beria (1899-1953). Beria, the significantly powerful People's Commissar of Internal Affairs of the USSR and the head of the NKVD, leaves a legacy that is steeped in controversy and intrigue.

His role in history has been divisive. Some deem him the main perpetrator of repression, a claim disputed by others who believe that it was politically expedient to pin such atrocities on a single person. Notwithstanding the debates surrounding his historical representation, there is a broad consensus on Beria's undeniable proficiency as a counterintelligence agent.

This essence of ambiguity, historical significance, and the inherent powerful persona of L. Beria is intricately captured in our bust. Whether you view it as a statement piece in your office or a collectible item of historic interest, this bust is certain to provoke thought and spark conversations.