Playful little boy bust as a tabletop and shelf piece
Mischievous and curious, this Victorian boy fashions a frilled collar over his button-down which was a popular outfit in the late 19th century credited to the Little Lord Fauntleroy story about the young boy named Cedric or Lord Fauntleroy who was to become the heir of his English grandfather, the Earl of Dorincourt.
The Antique Cracked finish of the boy’s bust brings an edgy colour to his tousled hair, pensive eyes, youthful face, and fashionable outfit which would most likely stir the ire of his mum with that loose button since he is not ready for tea at all. At 52 centimetres in height, the boy bust would be an adorable console table piece or it could provide a lovely contrast to the books on a sturdy shelf especially in the study room and living room.
- Also available in roman stone finish, wood finish, and rusty bronze finish