Fine Paintings | 28 November 2017

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62δ

Miguel Berrocal (Spanish 1933-2006) - Romeo and Juliet

Sold for £1400

Est: £1000–1500

Miguel Berrocal (Spanish 1933-2006)

Romeo and Juliet

Polished brass, composed of sixteen articulated and removable parts
Stamped with signature and numbered 1576 (from the edition of 2000)
15 x 20.3 x 12.5cm. (6 x 8 x 5in.)
Executed in 1966-67.
Provenance:
The Estate of Jan Krugier, Switzerland
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Overall appears to be in good condition. Some nicks, scuffs and scratches scattered throughout the surface. With some areas of pitting between the raised edges. Two circular seams visible to one end (contact department for additional images). There is an area of what appears to be glue residue to the centre of the top piece of the item (contact department for additional images) although this should be easily removed. Sits even on a flat surface.

Fine Paintings

Tuesday 28 November 2017, 10.00am

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