Original signed aldo vitaleh two circus bronze sculpture marble statue base. This product sheet is originally written in English. Please find an automatic translation in French below.
If you have any questions please contact us. Original signed aldo vitaleh two circus act sculpture bronze marble base statue. This sculpture of two beautiful women who spin from a survey without hands or legs lets you wonder what really ties them. They wear this unique but very sexy lingerie with a matching outfit.
Their hair is strangely placed, which gives the impression that they flow with each rotation. This sculpture is cast using the old \"lost wax method\" stained with beautiful multicolored such as brown, white, coral orange and with notes of golden patina. It is 100% handmade and 100% bronze, mounted on a black marble base and signed by the artist aldo vitaleh. Condition description: this sculpture is in perfect condition. Bronze dimensions with marble base: height 19 \"x width 13\" dimensions of marble: 5 \"x 5\" height without base: 16 weight: 14 lbs inventory: 35xnch60012553.Size: 19 \"x13\" (48x33 centimeters). 19 \"x13\" (48 x 33 centimeters). Packages are usually shipped within 2 days of receiving payment and are shipped via ups with unsigned tracking and deposit. If you prefer a required signature delivery, an additional cost will be applied, so please contact us before choosing this method. Whatever your shipping choice, we will provide you with a link to track your package online. Processing costs are fixed, while transportation costs vary depending on the total weight of the shipment. We advise you to group your items into one order. Your package will be shipped at your own risk, but special care is taken to protect fragile objects. The boxes are widely sized and your items are well protected. Your satisfaction with any bronze purchase is the key to our success.
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Custom works of art are non-refundable. In the event that your sculpture arrives damaged, we offer a replacement or refund. In this situation, the damaged item must be reported within 48 hours of delivery. We'll pay for the freight back. Canadian orders we use \"standard ups to canada\" to ship to Canada.
Please check with your government to determine fees as they vary from country to country. The customer is responsible for all obligations that apply to the statue. We are not responsible for delays that occur because of a country's customs laws.If you are not satisfied with your purchase for any reason, you can return the item or items for a full refund or exchange within 30 days of the receipt date. If the item you received is damaged or sent in error, please contact us and we will arrange a replacement or refund. In order to launch a return/exchange, please contact us. Orders rejected or rejected without prior consent will not be refunded or subject to restocking fees.
Once an order has a tracking number, it cannot be cancelled under any circumstances. Freight items, special order items, international orders or order-made items cannot be cancelled once the order has been processed, even if there is no tracking number available.The art of lost wax. Lost wax molding has been around for thousands of years, but few people understand how the process actually works. Although mechanization facilitated the process of cast bronze with lost wax, the procedure is basically the same as that used by the Chinese when they first developed the process at the millennium av.
First, the artist creates an original sculpture from any number of supports, including stone, wax, clay, wood and pottery. This image is covered with a silicone rubber molding material that makes two rubber mold halves (each rubber mold has a front and a rear part). An exterior fiberglass shell is added to the back of each mould to maintain its shape and stiffness for later use. These molds are the only components that are ever reused in the casting process.All other components are recreated for each casting. Once the wax is cooled, the mold is peeled off, giving a wax image (positive wax) reproducing the original sculpture. This image must then be \"retouched\" to remove sewing lines, scratches or other defects, as well as to recreate any pattern or texturization that has been lost or damaged during the manufacture of wax. The quality of the finished bronze is based on a clean, high-quality mould and an impeccably recreated wax image that is as close to perfection as possible. The next step, \"gating,\" is the application of a series of tubes and funnels that allow molten bronze to flow to the bottom of the ceramic hull and hot gases to escape at the same time.
These sprus are created by attaching wax rods to the shape of finished wax in strategically spaced places. Once the trigger is complete, each form of wax is soaked in a liquid ceramic sand silica compound so that it is completely coated inside and out. Holes called \"patches\" have been cut into the wax to allow entry to the inside of the form. The shape is then soaked 6 to 12 times or more over a period of several days until the desired hull thickness is reached. Once these ceramic shells are perfectly dried, the pieces are placed in an autoclave and the wax is melted (hence the term \"lost wax\"), to be recovered and reused.
The shells are then hardened in an oven to withstand the temperature of the melted bronze poured into it. The bronze ingots are melted at a temperature of about 2000 f and poured into the hardened ceramic shells.
As the sculpture cools, the ceramic shell begins to detach from the bronze. This shell will be completely broken, using a hammer and chisel, before the superfluous metal materials are cut. The moulded part is then sanded for the finish of the metal. All pieces of a sculpture that have been molded separately are welded onto the sculpture and all sewing lines or other imperfections are removed or \"hunted\". Finally, any texture lost or damaged during the casting or welding process is recreated.The sculpture is then polished for the application of the patina. The different coloured finishes possible on the cast bronze sculptures are called patinas. The different colors, patterns and textures obtained in the patina process are obtained through a combined application of chemicals and heat, augmented by hand dotted lines, or sprayed with an airbrush, and sealed with hairs spat and waxes.
Most bronzes are part of a \"limited edition\" containing a fixed number of moulded pieces. This edition number is decided by the artist, usually after the first piece is cast, and individually stamped on each piece (i. 1/100), thus concluding the process of producing the bronze sculpture. Original milo extra larg american eagle falcon wild life garden sculpture statue.
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Gating lost wax pouring texturing sanding limited edition patinas. The item \"signed original aldo vitaleh two circus bronze sculpture marble statue base\" is on sale since Thursday, December 3, 2020. It is in the category \"art, antiques-art of the xxe, contemporary-sculptures, statues\". The seller is \"bronzioni_galleries\" and is located in New York, New York. This item can be delivered anywhere in the world.