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Five Nordic Swans Fountain, Model

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Model for Flying Wild Geese fountain. Model is made of clay, wire and wood under a Plexiglas case. The model os painted green.

Swan and Ugly Duckling, Full-Scale, Swan, [Plaster]

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Nordic swan from Swan and Ugly Duckling. There is no head on this swan body. Part of the base, grass reed, is attached to the proper left wing.

Plaster grass piece from the Swan and Ugly Duckling sculpture.

Swan and Ugly Duckling, Armature for Swan, [Metal and Plaster]

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Swan armature for Swan and Ugly Duckling. Made from wire, heavy paper and has clay residue on the armature.

Swan and Ugly Duckling, Full-Scale, Bird, [Plaster]

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Plaster bird for Swan and Ugly Duckling. The birds wings are posed as if in flight and its beak open slightly as if in song. Has Roman joint to connect to sculpture.

Indian and Wild Swans, Mold, [Plaster]

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Plaster section for Indian and Wild Swan where the body connects to the neck. The yellowish discoloring is from shellac used to seal the plaster.

Indian and Wild Swans, Mold, [Plaster]

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This small section if from the wing where it attaches to the body of the swan. The yellowish discoloring is from shellac used to seal the plaster.

Indian and Wild Swans, Mold, [Plaster]

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Indian and Wild Swan back section mold. This section is from the base of neck to the tail without the wings. The yellowish discoloring is from shellac used to seal the plaster.

Indian and Wild Swans, Mold, [Plaster]

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This section is of the top of the tail. The yellowish discoloring is from shellac used to seal the plaster.

Indian and Wild Swans, Wing Mold, [Plaster]

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Three piece mold for for a proper left wing. There are 2 thin rims along the edges of the wing. The yellowish discoloring is from shellac used to seal the plaster.

Indian and Wild Swans, Wing Mold, [Plaster]

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Wing mold section for Indian and Wild Swans. The yellowish discoloring is from shellac used to seal the plaster. Included with the wing mold are the mold rims.