Decorative Items | Art Nouveau & Art Deco | Other | Stock No: 12431

A large 1930's Aluminium Lion Rampant



Stock No.12431

A very large Arts and Crafts aluminium Lion Rampant believed to have been part of an external wall decoration removed from the external wall of an Inn.
Scottish 1930s.

Notes: Casting of monuments and works of art in aluminium is a practice first used for Alfred Gilbert's statue of Eros, actually Anteros, the Greek God of Requited Love who was placed in the middle of Piccadilly Circus in London, in 1893. The gilded eagle over the US Embassy in Grosvenor Square by sculptor Theodor Rozac is in the same vein.

Width height Depth
57 18"
145 cms
57 18"
145 cms
5 18"
13 cms

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