Bronze Code: 331
Height: 9.4 In
Width: 6.3 In
Weight: 3.2 LBs


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Introducing an exquisite handcrafted tabletop bust of Emperor Nicholas II, modelled with intricate detail and precision by the renowned sculptor Koch in 1904. This stunning replica of the original Koch bust is a testament to the rich legacy of Russian art and history. As a unique piece of home decor, it adds a touch of elegance and sophistication to your living room or study.

This captivating bust depicts Emperor Nicholas II, the last tsar of Russia, adorned in the uniform of the Adjutant General. Lovingly replicated, each detail resonates with historical authenticity, from the carefully crafted uniform to the unique facial features of the Emperor. Under the epaulette on the back of this esteemed artifact, you will find the author's signature and the year of its creation, harking back to an era of unmatched artistic recognition.

The creator, K.F. Koch, is not just an amateur sculptor but a decorated Major General. Recognized for his remarkable works, Koch was awarded a diamond ring in 1894 for a bust of Emperor Alexander III. Koch's talent and ingenuity made him a worthy successor for F. Chopin, known for his distinctive series of busts portraying Russian emperors back in the early 19th century. His groundbreaking work can thus be seen as a continuation of a great tradition in Russian art.

With this replica of the Koch 1904 bust, the opportunity arises for devotees of art, history and Russian culture to acquire a piece of timeless memorabilia. Adding grandeur to any space, it stands out as a conversation starter and an artifact of undeniable historical significance.