Marshal Voroshilov, bust in Silumin alloy with silver
finish, dated 1979.
Measures 7" tall. The original statue was created by N.
Baganov; the name of the sculptor and the date are
engraved on the back. The statuette shows Voroshilov
wearing a M 1935 uniform of Marshal of the Soviet Union,
with two decorations on his chest: Order of Lenin and
Order of the Red Banner of RSFSR.
In very good condition. The finish is very well
preserved. There are a couple of casting flaws running
vertically along the cheeks and temples, but they are
only noticeable at very close inspection and are not
visually detracting. The bottom edge has some nicks and
there are few dings and tiny marks elsewhere, but none of
will be really noticeable - this compact size bust will
display very nicely on the desk or bookshelf.
Kliment Voroshilov was one of the top Bolshevik military
commanders of the Civil War and by the 1930s he was made
a cult figure. He always remained a close ally of Stalin
and was one of only two Soviet marshals who survived the
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