Bronze Peacock Fountains by Bjorn Wiinblad

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One of two groups of three bronze fountains in the form of peacocks graduating in size (43", 36" and 28" respectively). Fountain is a spray from the tails forming a rainbow when the sun hits them. Signed with artists signature and foundry mark.

From the estate of Trammel Crow
Originally installed in the central courtyard of the Dallas Trade Mart.
 
Details
Creator
Bjorn Wiinblad (Designer)
Of the Period
Mid-Century Modern
Place of Origin
Denmark
Date of Manufacture
1960s
Period
1960-1969
Materials and Techniques
Cast   Bronze
Condition
Good. Patinated from use as a fountain.
Wear
Wear consistent with age and use
Dimensions
43 in. H
109 cm H
Diameter
25
Dealer Location
Dallas, TX
Number of Items
3
Reference Number
f86771708028167213fs
Contact The Seller
1stdibs seller since 2009
Located in Dallas, TX

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