A Degas Dancer brooch by Museum Reproductions. This brooch was inspired by the Little Dancer Aged Fourteen sculpture by Edgar Degas. This was the only sculpture that Degas displayed in public in 1881. It was originally sculpted in wax and displayed wearing real clothing but was later cast in bronze. Plated in an antiqued gold finish.
1/2 inche wide and 1 13/16 inches high.
Museum Reproductions is based out of Longmont, CO here in the USA! They create jewelry that is based upon or inspired by pieces in museum collections. These designs are authorized by and benefit these Museums. So you can own a piece of jewelry that is not only beautiful, but historically significant as well. Each design comes with a provenance card that explains the origin of the design.