After the model of Vincenzo Cinque - Sculpture, blindfolded young woman, probably representing 'Lady Justice' - Bronze - First half 20th century

Description
After the model of Vincenzo Cinque - Sculpture, blindfolded young woman, probably representing 'Lady Justice' - Bronze - First half 20th century
Italy

Refined and beautiful bronze lost wax sculpture resembling a blindfolded young woman (probably representing 'Lady Justice').
Signed "V. Cinque" on the back.
Vincenzo Cinque, was a famous artist from Naples, born in 1852 (he died in 1929).
The sculpture was made between the end of 19th and the beginning of 20th century.
It's intact and undamaged, and in very good conditions, considering its age.
On the top of the head there are just a few spots, probably due to a lack of patina in those points.
It leans on a white marble base, made of two blocks of different sizes.
Size : Height = 27cm., Width = 11,5 cm., Depth = 10,5 cm..
Weight : 2442 grams.

Lot details
Object
blindfolded young woman, probably representing 'Lady Justice', Sculpture
Material
Bronze
Designer/ Artist
After the model of Vincenzo Cinque
Estimated Period
First half 20th century
Country of Origin
Italy
Condition
Good condition - used with small signs of aging & blemishes
Weight
2500 g
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