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Brutalist Pottery Sculpture

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Product Description

Wonderful piece of Brutalist pottery sculpture sitting on a salvaged wood chair. This piece dates to the 1950s/60s and is a wonderful example of this art form. We adore the raw edges and interesting simplicity of design. We think this would look stunning on an office credenza, bookshelf or end table. The more you look at this piece the more enchanted you'll become. We love this two-piece set and feel it would be a wonderful way to add a touch of mid-century design sensibility into your decor. Brutalist architecture is coming back into style so we would expect art pieces, like this one, to continue to be prized design items. We did not find any flaws. This art piece has ragged edges and imperfections as part of the design but are not considered flaws. We did not find any crack or breaks. Please review the photographs to see the condition details up close.

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The overall dimensions with the two pieces together are: 13.25" tall x 3.25" wide x 4' deep
Human form piece by itself: 13.25" tall x 2.5" wide x 4" deep
Chair: 11.5" tall x 3.25" wide x 4" deep

Our goal is to have your experience with us be a positive one. Therefore it is important to us that you get a clear understanding of what you are considering before you purchase. All of our pieces are well-loved and show signs of wear that comes along with aged items. Please feel free to ask questions as we are happy to provide any additional information you may need. Our items are sold "as is" and are not returnable or refundable.

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