Enchanting Tudor Era-Inspired Suzanne Bust
Suzanne may have had too much fun as she is practically naked with her kirtle draping towards the centre, her chest and shoulders scandalously exposed. But she could also be pondering with her pensive expression about an impending marriage that could ruin her household’s name and reputation. Suzanne is seen lightly tilting her towards the left and staring thoughtfully towards a certain distance which is perhaps her far-fetched imagination. She also wears a wide-brimmed hat with curious details along its rim. Could she be a Tudor-era farmer’s daughter or a lady of the house in her comfortable smock and house kirtle without a care in the world as to how society perceived her and her uncovered tousled locks of hair?
The Suzanne Bust is a handmade fibreglass piece with a roman stone finish. It stands at 64 centimetres with a length of 41 centimetres, and a width of 26 centimetres. It also weighs at a moderate 7.8 kilograms which makes it ideal as a foyer table display or a boudoir interior décor.