1 Rare Small Fine English Art Deco Original 20th Century Gilt Bronze Spitz Dog Animal Car Mascot.
The casting is superb, you can clearly see the detail to the fur.
So adorable and highly sought after by private collectors & tv film studio prop shops.
Made from bronze with gilt ormolu finish.
Signed underneath A G Ward.
Fantastic Mothers day of Easter gift.
It originally come from a classic car as it has a small round hole underneath by the back legs.
The word Spitz derived from the German word spitz meaning pointed, it is a type of domestic dog characterized by long thick fur, pointed ear and muzzles. The tail often curls over the dogs back or droops.
The exact origin of the Spitz dog are not known, though most of the Spitzes seen today originate from the Arctic region or Siberia.
Having such a beautiful finish with charming patina.
Circa early 20th century.
The unwrapped weight as follows weighs around 1kg.
Bought from a private seller.
Offered in fine used condition.
Having some minor noticeable verdigris patina, scuffs, scratches, stains, and 1 minor tiny chip on the ear, wear marks in places commensurate with usage & old age.
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