Bronze Code: 295
Height: 5.1 In
Width: 3.1 In
Weight: 1.5 LBs


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Celebrate history and vintage style with our unique bust of Soviet military commander, Nikolai Fedorovich Vatutin, a part of our antique-stylized series. Confluence of artistry and love for history, this meticulously crafted bust pays an honorable tribute to one of the most highly-ranked and youngest commanders of the Red Army.

Born in a peasant family in 1901, General Vatutin illustrated an extraordinary journey from being a Red Army soldier to an army general, earning him widespread reverence and admiration. But not only among his own troops, General Vatutin also earned the respect of his fierce opponents, the Wehrmacht commanders, who bestowed upon him the sobriquet 'Grandmaster' - a title indicative of his exceptional military prowess and strategic acumen. His niche command style set him apart, earning him the affectionate nickname 'general of the offensive' among his own officers.

Each bust in our collection is a testament to the person it represents, reflecting their unique characteristics and embodying the spirit of the times in which they lived. Born from a deep respect and appreciation for history, our antique-styled series offers not just aesthetics, but also acts as an edifying piece that stimulates conversations about the significant figures it represents.

Historians, military enthusiasts, and collectors alike will find this piece a valuable addition to their collection. Experience history in a tangible form, bridging the gap between past and present with our vintage-inspired Nikolai Fedorovich Vatutin bust. Delivering both artistry and historical intrigue, our antique-stylized series offers a compelling blend of education and decoration.