1950s-Designed, Curtis Jere Asymmetric Nail Sculpture

As designers, we love to mix metals in the house and we always need to bring it together, and this piece will do just that.


1,305 USD

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The "Troy" asymmetric nail wall sculpture is a renowned piece of artwork originally designed by Curtis Jere for Artisan House in the 1950s. This sculpture is characterized by its unique composition, incorporating a combination of iron nails, sheet metal, and brass accents. The design showcases an asymmetrical arrangement, which adds to its distinctive and eye-catching appeal.

Artisan House, a prominent art studio known for its metalwork creations, continued to produce the "Troy" sculpture in subsequent years, circa 2012. Its timeless design and visual impact make it a sought-after piece for art enthusiasts and collectors alike.


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80 lbs


43 × 5 × 25 in


25 in


43 in


5 in