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Seated lion of Diekirch, bronze

1.500.00 TTC

Bronze reduction of one of the 2 lions overhanging its entrance to the Diekirch classical high school, holding the Coat of Arms of the City of Diekirch. Series of proofs, finely chiseled and hot-patinated in the brown tones with golden reflections typical of 19th century bronzes, produced respecting the practices of lost-wax casting.

Height: 30 cm / Weight: 3.2 kg

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Bernard Deutsch was born in Vianden on February 21, 1837. In 1899, he worked on 2 statues of seated lions holding between their front paws, one the coat of arms of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, the other that of the city of Diekirch. It is for the passage of the progymnasium to the status of gymnasium that the lions in question were probably created and installed in the pediment overhanging the entrance of the Lycée Classique de Diekirch.

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Weight 3.2 kg
Dimensions 30 cm
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