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BRONZE VICTORY ANGEL WWI Paul Dubois Medal Necklace LAUREL Wreath-n-vctbrz

From our Angel Collection.....
A French Belgium Bronze WWI Victory Angel medal from on complimentary faceted Bronze beads and black Crystals. The reverse features all of the allied countries that were in World War I.  The medal is suspended from a French antique Laurel wreath with Crystal Drop.

Both charms are cast from the original antique European medals; over a century old, this lovely reproduction is hand crafted. It is Solid Bronze and aged to a wonderful old world patina.


Necklace is 32" Long and the medal is 1 3/8" in diameter.  
Please note: This piece can be ordered in Silver also.

Paul-Maurice Dubois (born in Aywaille/Belgium, 1859-1938) entered the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Brussels in 1879 and studied under Jacquet and Simonis. In 1882 he started to work in Van der Stappen's studio. In 1884 he was awarded the first prize in the Concours Godecharle and received a travel grant which allowed Dubois to visit the most important museums in Europe. He exhibited at the Salons of "Les XX" from 1884 to 1893 and at the Salons of "La libre esthetique" from 1894. Dubois was selected for the position as professor at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Brussels in 1902. He created bas-reliefs, numerous monuments and ornamental sculptures. 

Laurel Wreath Symbolism

In common modern usage it refers to a victory. The expression "resting on one's laurels" refers to someone relying entirely on long-past successes for continued fame or recognition, where to "look to one's laurels" means to be careful of losing rank to competition. In some countries the laurel wreath is used as symbol of the masters degree.

Lynn Konrad

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