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Bronze d’un singe violoniste déguisé

Bronze of a disguised violin-playing monkey on a marble base, 19th century

In the style of Christophe Fratin, antique bronze figurine of a monkey playing the violin in a seated position. The subject is treated in an interesting way, with the monkey standing like a human being. He is dressed in 18th-century style, wearing a tricorne hat and uniform. The monkey is seated among flowers. Two-tone brown and gold patina.

The figurine is presented on its square marble base.


Good condition, in its original condition with traces of age and wear. Nice patina.

This is an authentic vintage object that can stylize your interior decoration or complete a cabinet of curiosities collection (animalia, animal bronze, satire of the nobility, etc.).


International shipping. Delivery by colissimo with careful packaging and reinforced item protection.


Statuette H5,3cm / Height with base H7,1cmBase / H1,8xW7,3xD7,5cm
ORIGIN : France
WEIGHT : 0,370 kg

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