40th Ruby Tanagra Greek Statuette, large

40th Ruby Tanagra Greek Statuette

Daum

40th Ruby Tanagra Greek Statuette

SAR 8,650
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DESCRIPTION

In the 1870s to 1880s, a Greek statuette made its appearance in French museums. Named Tanagra, this figurine was a terracotta statuette that appeared in Greece in the 4th and 3rd centuries BC. With finely worked details, it represented a woman wrapped in a draped coat. Figuratively, the name is thus attributed to a young woman remarkable for her grace and finesse. During this period. Antonin Daum and Almaric Walter developed a technique of translucent glass paste. Antonin Daum chose Tanagra, this Greek woman of natural elegance, as one of the first models he created. Thus, “Tanagra with a fan” was created by Daum in 1905. Originally created in terracotta colour with a slight graduation of colour, it is now adorned with sublime shades of red for an exclusive creation dedicated to the Chalhoub Group, for the 40th anniversary of Tanagra.

Color: Ruby
Ref: 008315355481
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