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Vintage

1970s Copper Modernist Sculpture

Hostler Burrows

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1970s Copper Modernist Sculpture
1970s Copper Modernist Sculpture
1970s Copper Modernist Sculpture
1970s Copper Modernist Sculpture

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Product Information

Era:

Vintage; 1970s

Condition:

Excellent

Country of Origin:

USA

Materials:

copper

Damage Information:

None

Size:

9" L x 5" W x 12" H

Color/Finish:

brushed copper

Why We Love This

A freestanding Modernist tabletop sculpture in copper. Hand forged by a sculptor in Long Island, New York, circa 1970. Dramatic presence and beautiful lines.
As described by Hostler Burrows

Why We Love This

A freestanding Modernist tabletop sculpture in copper. Hand forged by a sculptor in Long Island, New York, circa 1970. Dramatic presence and beautiful lines.

About Hostler Burrows

Kim Hostler and Juliet Burrows founded their TriBeCa, New York, gallery Antik in 1998. Still leading the market in Nordic design after 14 years, the gallery now bears the couple's names. Remaining true to the aesthetics that first inspired them, Hostler and Burrows have stocked the gallery with exceptional and unique examples of studio ceramics, cabinetmaker furniture, and handwoven textiles by the great master artisans and architects of 20th-century Scandinavian design.