Bronze Code: 320
Height: 4.5 In
Width: 3.1 In
Weight: 1.7 LBs


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Introducing our carefully crafted, vintage-styled collection of busts inspired by the aesthetics of antiquity. With a nod to the times when the charm of sculptures was attributed to their weight and rough texture, these busts embrace the feel of ancient artifact. Each one is reminiscent of a time when bronze was generously used, not saved, and each piece was meticulously sculpted, leading to a weighty, stern, and monumental aura.

These wondrous busts make the perfect gift for those touched by the magic of space and aviation, or anyone named Yuri. The name “Yuri” holds immense significance in the realm of space exploration because of one legendary individual – Yuri Alekseevich Gagarin. On April 12, 1961, Gagarin boarded the spacecraft Vostok and was launched from the Baikonur cosmodrome, making history as the first human to journey to outer space. The echoes of his groundbreaking voyage still resonate with us, instilling both awe and curiosity for the cosmos.

We pay homage to this pioneer with intricately detailed and robustly constructed busts, capturing the timeless figure of Yuri with the antique allure. Every plane, curve, and intricate detail of the bust is a representation of the celebratory and monumental spirit of the past, making it an unforgettable piece for any collector. Make it a standout addition to your home, office, or gallery, or a thoughtful, cherished present for a space enthusiast. Allow our antiquated busts to transport you to the pioneering era of space exploration.