Late XIX century - zinc regulus - France - 26 x 17 x 28 cm.
Double inkwell with calling deer.
Late XIX century.
Cast zinc regulus was used at the end of the XIX century and the beginning of the XX century for pieces that are still largely produced. This allowed sculpture to become popular in all layers of society. Various terms have been used in order to hide the poverty of the material: art zinc, composite bronze, imitation bronze, cast art.
Zinc has been used for sculptures, clocks, candleholders or vases. Most of the time it has a patina from oxides and or earth. It can also be found with metallic coatings made by electrolysis (copper plating, silver plating, gilding, brass plating).
Good condition with vintage traces and some pieces of wood on the deer missing.
Size:26 x 17 x 28 cm.
Weight 1.600 kg
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