A large and imposing limited edition aluminium sculpture inspired by the automobile mascot designed by Gabriel Voisin (1880-1973) in 1920 for his own cars, which were produced in limited number, until the late 1930s. (Note: Cocotte is the French word for ‘chicken’ and is also the slang word for ‘prostitute’).
Like the original mascot, this 40 inch (100 cms) tall sculpture is made entirely by hand from aluminium panels bolted together. Incorporating a giant radiator cap carved from a solid aluminium billet, the sculpture epitomizes Art Deco design. French, or recent manufacture, one of only 9 made.
1962 Ferrari 250 GTO cristal sculpture by Daum France. 1 of 13 produced.
Lenght: 12.5 (32 cms)
The Ferrari 250 GTO was the 9th of 13 Standard Large Automobiles Daum produced for general distribution. This model was designed after the 1962 "Gran Turismo Omologata" with its famous v12 engine, which won an impressive number of racing victories. This Daum piece was designed by Xavier Froissart.
"The Gladiator 1995" sculpture
"The Gladiator 1995" sculpture, unique piece. Made out of genuine Benetton carbon parts.
Tazio Nuvalari Monaco 1934 Sculpture by Gordon Chism
Tazio Nuvolari Alfa Romeo P3 Scuderia Ferrari 50EX Bronze Sculpture by Gordon Chism, 1993, features Nuvolari during the 1934 Monaco GP
50cms (20") long
Stirling Moss Aston Martin DBR1 Sculpture by Gordon Chism
Sterling Moss Aston Martin DBR1 Bronze Sculpture by Gordon Chism, 1993, features Moss victory at the 1959 Nurburing 1,000 kms.
Bronze with dual patinas
57cms (23") long / 23 cms (9") wide
Sterling Moss Sculpture by Gordon Chism
Sterling Moss Maserati 250F Bronze Sculpture by Gordon Chism, 1993, features Moss at speed in his #28 Maserati correcting a power slide while dominating the 1956 Grand Prix of Monaco, natural patina, 22" long.