Art Déco statues to put around the house so you can time travel back to the jazz age. Made by Romanian sculptor Demétre Chiparus. Living from 1886 to 1947, he worked in Paris, using bronze and ivory in a technique known as chryselephantine.

"Coquetry." 1920s.
“Coquetry.” 1920s. Romanian/French. Spelter and marble. Signed “D. H. Chiparus” on the base. Image © 1stdibs, Inc. 2020. Fair use license. via https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/decorative-objects/sculptures/figurative-sculptures/demetre-chiparus-coquetry-spelter-statue-1920s/id-f_17035432/
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“Scarab Dancer.” 1930s. Romanian/French. Bronze on ivory on a marble plinth. Image © 2020, Hickmet Fine Arts. Fair use license. via https://hickmet.com/blogs/newsfeed/know-your-artists-demetre-chiparus?customer_posted=true#contact_form
"Vedette." ca. 1928.
“Vedette.” ca. 1928. Romanian/French. Cast bronze on a marble plinth. Image © 2020 MARTELL GALLERY. Fair use license. via https://martellgallery.com/artists/37-demetre-chiparus/works/28-demetre-chiparus-vedette-circa-1928/

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