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Snake silvered bronze car mascot.

Hard to find antique bronze car mascot modelled as a snake by the french artist Antoine Bofill, signed and stamped by the foundry. The silvered bronze sculpture is mounted on a green marble base. 
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Artist / Maker Antoine Bofill
Signature/ Marks Bofill. MAM foundry mark.
Style Art Nouveau.
Date 1910
Material Silvered bronze. Green marble base.
Origin France
Size (cm) H. 12 cm. x L. 9 cm. x W. 7 cm.
Size (inches) H. 4.7 inch x L. 3.5 inch x W. 2.8 inch
Condition Very good condition. Small restoration to the marble base.
Literature This car mascot is illustrated in Mascottes Automobiles by Michel Legrand, nr. 803. Further information about the artist: “Bronzes, sculptors and founders” by H. Berman, Abage. “The dictionary of sculptors in bronze” by James Mackay. Antique collectors club. “Les bronzes de XIXe siècle” by Pierre Kjellberg, Les editions des amateurs. “Animals in bronze” by Christopher Payne. Antique collectors club. “Dictionnaire des peintres,sculpteurs,dessinateurs et graveurs” by E. Benezit. Gründ. “Dictionnaire illustré des sculpteurs animaliers & fondeurs de l’antiquité à nos jours “ by Jean Charles Hachet. Argus Valentines.
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Snake silvered bronze car mascot.