Bronze Code: 423
Height: 8.3 In
Width: 3.1 In
Weight: 2.7 LBs


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Presenting an exquisite work of art from the renowned foundry company Guss H. Gladenbeck and Son, from Germany – a meticulously crafted bronze bust portraying William II, the last German Emperor and King of Prussia (1888-1918). A piece that stands out not just for its historical significance but for its unrivaled craftsmanship and material quality.

The bust, crafted with the highest grade of bronze, captures the spirit of a time when Germany was crystallizing its global position as a force in industry, military, and colonial power. Particular attention has been devoted to every detail, enhancing the facial features of the character and sketching a portrait of Emperor William II in a manner so realistic and vivid.

This highly detailed bronze sculpture serves as a potent reminder of an epoch where monarchies had a significant influence on the global stage. The bust commemorates the reign of William II, a reign that culminated in the end of the First World War. A monarch who was not only a cousin of Emperor Nicholas II of the Russian Empire but whose defeat eventually led to the overthrow of the monarchy during the November Revolution.

Brought to you by Guss H. Gladenbeck and Son, a foundry company known for its superior craftsmanship; this bronze bust will undoubtedly make a grand statement piece in your art collection. Owning this piece aligns you with collectors who appreciate top-notch artistry, rich history, and high-quality materials.