Copper Sculpture(29 items)
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Featured Reviews on Copper Sculpture
Well Executed Piece of Artwork
I bought this as a birthday gift for my sister and she is absolutely thrilled with it. The green coloring on the object I received it more intense than it is in the one pictured here, which is all to the good.
Absolutely a beautifully crafted piece of sculpture. Vibrant colors and detail make this an eye-catching piece in my living room.
Cesar Gonzales Gemstone sculptures
"I like stone's naturalness and purity of color."
"My name is Cesar Gonzales Pacheco, I was born in a small district called Pacapausa, which is located in the department of Ayacucho. I consider myself a very responsible man, generous and persevering. I believe that, in spite of all the difficulties, you can get... read more
Popular Copper Sculpture
Pre-Hispanic Chimu Dog on Tumi Copper and Bronze Sculpture, "Chimu Dog"$87.99
The ceremonial blade known as a serves as a gleaming pedestal for the image of a pre-Hispanic dog. Ana María Enciso creates an imposing memento of the Chimu culture in this bronze and copper sculpture. It stands on a base of natural leopardite.
Copper and Bronze Sculpture of a Church Green from Peru, "Ayacucho Church"$23.99
The Peruvian town of Ayacucho is often referred to as "the city of churches." Inspired by the beauty of the churches found there, Angel Franco presents this sculpture, crafted from copper and bronze. The body of the church features a green oxidized finish with a copper-colored cross and spires. Little bells hang from the turrets of this beautiful piece that brings spirit to any home.
Multi-Gemstone Hand Carved Parrot Statuette, "Amazonian Parrot"$109.99
Artisan César Gonzáles of Peru hand carves this beautiful, lifelike parrot from gemstones. González takes advantage of the natural color and grain of the stones to bring authentic details to his work. The parrot's eyes and perch are made from calcite, its beak is onyx, and its feathers are made from jasper, sodalite, and serpentine. The parrot stands on copper legs and can be removed from its perch.
Wood sculpture, "Sankofa Bird Message"$154.99
Working in native sese wood, Ali Ibrahim depicts an Ashanti icon. A traditional symbol from Ghana inspires him. Carved by hand, it features the image, enhanced with the textures of embossed aluminum and copper. This is understood as "go back to your roots," a message conveyed through the form of a bird with its head tilted backward.