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Anton Puchegger Polar Bear Sculpture, Early 20th Century

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Anton Puchegger Polar Bear Sculpture, Early 20th Century

Polar Bear Sculpture by Anton Puchegger from the Early 20th Century. This Antique Animal Statue has 3 polar bears, a clock and light inside. This large ceramic work was made and designed by the Austrian Animal Sculptor Anton Puchegger who lived from 1878 – 1917 and who got his inspiration in the Zoo. This Trio Bear Sculpture is signed, has a stamp of the porcelain company and wears a number. The clock is made by Flinois Trouille Amiens France and made from copper. Inside there is wiring for the light. The lights also reflects in the eyes of the bears. 2 of the 4 lights are still working. We did not replace the broken lights as we should remove the original wiring which we decided not to do.

Specifications Trio Bear Sculpture by Anton Puchegger

Dimensions: L 46 x D 32 x H 30,5 cm
Origin: Austria
Period: circa 1905
Materials: Ceramic
Condition: Photos are part of the description

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