These high-end fashion mannequins were designed by Nigel Coates in the 80s for Jigsaw, and are a must for any modern fashion store, but would be stunning as a decorative piece! We have versions of these chrome torsos with light fittings, as wall fittings or as standing mannequins at varying prices and we think they're wonderful statement pieces. They're quite large, and as they've been used in the fashion industry, are good in dimension for displaying clothes.
They do feature cutout sections in the collarbone, waist and hip regions aswell as large industrial screws, giving them a robotic mechanical feel. We only have a few of these left, so do contact us to inquire soon.
Tim Nicklin 1987 Polybronze Scultpture of Lioness Hunting Antelope
This is a signed sculpture of a Lioness Hunting Antelope by Tim Nicklin & was a limited edition made in 1987. It was signed by him & made out of polybronze. These sculptures were cast in “Polybronze” in editions of twenty only. Polybronze is a composite of polyester resin and bronze metal filings, poured into the mold and allowed to “COLD CURE.” Once the original 20 were sold, they would destroy the mould. See Tim’s web site for more information.
Size will follow shortly, but it’s about 24″ long.
Mid-Century Bronze Sculpture of Swimmers
Very stylish mid-century bronze sculpture of a group of nude swimmers, two men & one woman. This group is set on a marble block. We can’t see any signature, but I think it needs to be research more. Maybe someone out there will recognize who made it.
Width – 14.5″, 37 cm
Depth – 5″, 12 cm
Height – 14″, 36 cm