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This bronze vase was produced in the 1930s. The vase measures 6 inches high and 7 inches wide (top). The piece does not have a finished bottom as you can see from the photos. It is signed on the base "McClelland Barclay (c). No cracks or dings. Has a nice patina (greenish in some areas).


McClellan Barclay (1891-1942) was an American painter of pin-up art. His works were published in the Saturday Evening Post, Ladies Journal, and Cosmopolitan. In 1930 General Motors selected McClelland Barlcay's 'Fisher Body Girl' for a series of advertisements, and she quickly became as popular as 'The Gibson Girl' and 'The Christy Girl'. He also illustrated for Elgin Watches, Lever Brother, Whitman's Chocolates, Texaco, Camel and Chesterfield cigarettes.

In the 1930s he reproduced jewelry, figurines, bookends, desk sets, lamps and other articles for home and office. Their products were fabricated out of cast grey metal with a thick bronze plate finish.

This is a nice vintage piece for a true Barclay collector.

Vintage McClelland Barclay Bronze Vase, signed

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  • Vintage item from the 1930s
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