Miniature bronze sculptures made by Moscow based artist of applied art Pavel Zaitsev remind of the old days of palace intrigues and magnificent balls. The bronze figures are striking in their realism and artistic performance – whether it’s French actor Jean-Paul Belmondo (1981 film “The Professional), or Mikhail Boyarsky as D’Artagnan. For more than 10 years Pavel Zaitsev has been engaged in manufacturing miniature bronze figurines as stands for wine glasses, vases, and glasses. During this time he has made more than a hundred of models. The combination of bronze and cut glass (crystal) looks extremely beautiful. Master combines crystal with other metals and hot casting. These are silver and nickel silver, brass, and even gold. Made in vintage style glasses associated with palace luxury – they are sought and aristocratic, worthy of the palace interior.
Pavel Zaitsev miniature bronze sculpture – Little bronze ashtray “On the Beach”. Anyone who has ever rested on the warm seasides, saw a similar picture – a local Casanova seduces resting young girl. Good luck to them both.
“Professional”, a glass for vodka, made as a tribute to “The Professional” (1981 film) and beloved French actor Jean-Paul Belmondo. Vintage crystal glass production of Gus-Khrustalny, 1980, the same age as the popular film.
Bronze stand ‘D’Artagnan’, inspired by the novel by Alexandre Dumas “The Three Musketeers” and the eponymous film (1978), with Mikhail Boyarsky starring as D’Artagnan. Miniature of D’Artagnan made of bronze in art casting method. Blade of sword cast from nickel silver.