Smoke Signal, Finest US Lost Wax Bronze Sculpture Inspired By Frederic Remington ~ Large

$2,266.00

Inspired by Remington and cast in the superior lost wax casting process this large bronze sculpture depicts 2 Native American “Indians” sending a message to their tribe using the old “smoke signal”. A wonderful piece to add to your western collection. 22″H x 31″L. Also available in a medium size.

Cast in the superior lost wax process, finished in the traditional dark brown patina and mounted on a fine black or green marble base, each statue is one of a kind and 100% bronze.

Description

Smoke signals were often used as a for of communication by the native Americans. It is still used today by others such as the Boy Scouts and some Chines tribes as  well as others. It is a good method to know in cases of emergency when no other communication is available.

The meaning of smoke signals is not as clear cut as other forms of communication.  There is no general code or standard meanings for the different shapes, numbers, and type of smoke puffs.  The reason for this is because enemies are also viewing the smoke signals.  For this reason, the code is predetermined by the sender and the receiver.

Inspired by Remington and cast in the superior lost wax casting process this large bronze sculpture depicts 2 Native American “Indians” sending a message to their tribe using the old “smoke signal”. A wonderful piece to add to your western collection. Mounted on a fine black or green marble base, it measures 22″H x 31″L. Also available in a medium size.

Additional information

Dimensions 31 × 22 in

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