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Geisha is a small piece which began with the metal easel, which I found outside the rubble of a Bay St Louis antiques store. I paired it with a curved piece of scrap wood, and a small plastic decorative element. The "head" of the geisha is a shaped piece of glass that rests upon a coil of rusty wire. Another piece of metal serves as her headdress, and the body form is an antique Chinese chopstick holder. (I know, geishas are Japanese, but I took some liberties here-) 12" x 16" x 8" deep SOLD

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