A romantic ballet in the truest sense, it has been said that Giselle is to ballet what Hamlet is to drama. The story of unrequited love and of love betrayed, is universal and eternal. Our pieces are dressed in long tulle skirts, as usual in all performances of Giselle and depict two high level ballet positions, and are conceived to face each other.
Glazed classic porcelain. The sculptor has captured the strong effort to hold her position, on every muscle of the ballerina: her face, arms, neck, back. Remarkable is the soft pink painting on the pleats of the skirt, to resemble the real tulle material as well as its shadows. The combination of the long pleated skirt with the ballet position recalls the grace and beauty of an open fan. Attached lacquered wooden base to confer stability to the piece