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Antique Bronze Gladiator

David E. Adler

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Antique Bronze Gladiator
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Antique Bronze Gladiator
Antique Bronze Gladiator

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Product Information

Era:

Antique

Condition:

Excellent

Materials:

bronze

Damage Information:

None

Size:

18.5" L x 14" W x 6" H

Color/Finish:

bronze

Why We Love This

An early-20th-century bronze figure of a gladiator. Signed "Bormann," for Wilhelm Bormann, 1885-1938. A finely articulated, muscled full-length figure. A Medusa mask emblazoned on the shield.
As described by David E. Adler, Inc.

Why We Love This

An early-20th-century bronze figure of a gladiator. Signed "Bormann," for Wilhelm Bormann, 1885-1938. A finely articulated, muscled full-length figure. A Medusa mask emblazoned on the shield.

About David E. Adler, Inc.

Since 1973, David E. Adler, Inc. has been active in Scottsdale, Arizona in the purchase and sale of handmade Oriental rugs and antique objects, including 19th-century paintings; silver; porcelain; jewelry; bronze and marble statuary; Asian antiques; and Native American pottery, beadwork, jewelry, and rugs.