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    Clara Bow 1929 Deco pewter statue presented to Bow for personifying "It" including It Café ephemera. (1929) Unique vintage original 15 x 4.5 in. artist-sculpted, hand-cast pewter statue fashioned in a blend of Art Deco and Art Nouveau styles, depicting the "It" girl Clara Bow partially nude, with angel's wings, devil's horns and cleft feet, posed upon an Art Deco base. Accompanied by an archive of ephemera documenting the presentation of this special honor, including (2) vintage photographs with descriptive snipes 1-regarding the statue presentation and 1-of Bow with her new husband Rex Bell with the statue visible in her home. Includes (1) typed letter signed by Bow regarding the release of the film It, (1) It Café branded matchbook and napkin, and a souvenir photo in branded It Café folder with photo of patrons. The statue exhibits age with original faux patina finish flaked off exposing the beautiful natural pewter finish. In vintage fine condition.

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    June, 2017
    26th Monday
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