Bronze Code: 329
Height: 9.6 In
Width: 6.5 In
Weight: 4.2 LBs


Ask about this product

The masterfully created Koch Model 1904 tabletop sculpture captures the majestic charm of the late Emperor Nicholas II in the uniform of an adjutant General. This remarkable piece of art is a testament to the craftsmanship of K.F. Koch, an amateur sculptor who was also a Major General. This finely detailed replica embodies the likeness of the Koch original, acclaimed for its quality and similarity to the Emperor himself.

The 1904 sculpture by Koch is more than just a random decor piece. It’s a piece of history at your fingertips. At the back of the sculpture, under the epaulette, is the author's signature and the date, adding an additional layer of authenticity. It's not just a stunning tabletop piece, but a conversation starter that leaves an impression.

The story of its creator is equally fascinating. K.F. Koch made his mark in the annals of art history when in 1894, Alexander III awarded him a diamond ring for his exceptional bust of the emperor. He continued this tradition with the creation of the Emperor Nicholas II bust, successfully carrying forward the legacy initiated by F.Chopin's renowned series of busts depicting Russian emperors. Hence, this piece is not only visually appealing but also carries significant historical weight.

So if you are a lover of fine art, a history enthusiast, or a collector of intricate sculptures, this Koch Model 1904 tabletop bust of Emperor Nicholas II is more than a worthy addition to your collection. It's a perfect blend of art, history, and craftsmanship that will captivate everyone who lays eyes on it.