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

$489.95

Two native Americans sending a smoke signal to their tribe. Cast in the superior lost wax method, finished in a dark brown patina and mounted on a fine black or green marble base. 7″H x 9″L.

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This statue depicts two native Americans sending a smoke signal to their tribe. Native Americans are not the only group of people who have used smoke signals to communicate.  The Chinese have also used smoke signals as well as the Boy Scouts of America.  This form of communication is used by creating puffs of smoke using a fire and a blanket.  The smoke signals must be used in an area where they will be visible to the receiver and is usually transmitted atop a hill or mountain.

Cast in the superior lost wax method, finished in a dark brown patina and mounted on a fine black or green marble base. 7″H x 9″L.

 

 

 

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Dimensions 9 × 7 in

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