This beautiful 1930’s Bengal tiger in porcelain is a typical Art Deco style creation. One will notice its realism, as well as the terrace on which it rests. Indeed this one represents irregular pavements. Its belt is composed of a series of stylized waves in shades of gray blue. This 1930’s Bengal tiger in porcelain is made in grey colors except for the mouth and the inside of the ears which have pinkish tones. The walking tiger, the tail slightly curled, seems to be watching for prey. It gives an impression of calm and quiet power.
Good general condition, shiny cover without wear.
The Bengal tiger in porcelain 1930 that we present you is of a great quality of execution. This French work recalls the refined porcelain in vogue in the first half of the twentieth century in Denmark, especially the Royal Copenhagen or the porcelain of Bing and Groendhal. This tiger of Bengal: porcelain 1930 has stripes on the whole body which are very realistic, its manufacture is the fruit of an artist specialized in the animal world. The decorative value of the terrace completes the harmony of the whole.
The animal representations are highly prized by foreign collectors and art lovers from other continents. In the Art-Deco period, with the craze for travel and faraway lands, the animals of the jungle became a favourite subject. Literature also contributed to this with for example: The Jungle Book by R. Kippling. This 1930’s Bengal tiger in porcelain has elegant proportions that make it easy to buy and to integrate into a collection. It can also be placed in a showcase or on a piece of furniture. Its realism makes it a decorative object that gives life to an elegant interior.
The Bengal tiger remains a majestic animal just like the lion, it will give your interior the mark of an interest both for travel and for the preservation of animal species threatened by illegal hunting. Decorative and elegant, it will cross generations and countries to seduce buyers with universal values.
Pierre Carron for P&P ARTLEADERS