I'm trying to identify the maker of these busts, or at least to find a comparable. So far no luck on eBay, or searching on google, including image search looking for a visual match.
The busts are solid metal. I'm thinking polished brass, but perhaps bronze? George VI is 7 inches high and weighs 5 pounds 5 ounces. Edward VIII is slightly shorter, measuring 6-3/8 inches high. It weighs 4 pounds 8 ounces.
There is nothing to identify the manufacturer, but both have the number 6398 on the undersides of their base. The number looks hand marked, and is constructed from a series of "dot" impressions in the metal. No hidden hallmarks or anything of that nature.
Any help would be appreciated!
Some.letters have come off, all it has now is ...angria...
Can anyone read who the artist is? It looks like the work of Huang Zhou but I can't verify the seal.
Can anyone help shed some light on this wooden mask? I thought it was interesting but don't have a clue as to the age, country of origin, etc. Thank you.
I need some help to get the clock out of the case and put the hand back on. I removed four tiny screw knobs, but can't get the knob that adjusts the hands/time off...don't want to force it. The clock ticks for 10 seconds or so, then stops, but really just wanted to use it in a display at this time. Anyone out there that can help?
I've been told this was a saddle attachment to hold a flag or field gear case for utencils. Does anyone know?