Totally Busted: The 10 Best Decorative Busts

Peter Dolkas
Keep watch over your solarium or conservatory with this perfectly aged antique terra cotta bust. English Bust of Woman in Terra Cotta, $495, 1st Dibs
Punk has never been so glam than with Kelly Wearstler's Head Trip Sculpture made of 14k gold, quartz, and semi-precious stones. Head Trip Sculpture, $12500, Kelly Wearstler
At just seven inches high, this bust of Hygieia (the Greek goddess of health) is the perfect addition to any desktop or tabletop. Bust of Greek Goddess Hydieia, $59, Restoration Hardware
Meow. This classical bust has been given new life with a hand-painted feline pattern. Leopard Gold Apollo Bust by Jimmie Martin, $2375, Maison 24
This illuminated David bust is definitely bright idea, but would Michelangelo approve? Yup. Davide Bust, $150, AllModern
Socrates may have been a great philosopher, but he makes an even better antique marble bust. Antique Socrates Bust, $6995, Jayson Home
Leave it to Jonathan Adler to give one of our Founding Fathers a totally fabulous makeover, hand-sculpted in unglazed porcelain and accented with gold details. George Sculpture, $595, Jonathan Adler
This ten inch high plaster bust may not help with any Napoleon complexes, but it sure is cute. Napoleon Bust Statue, $23, Plastercraft
Over 100 years old, this brass bust from the Bastar tribe of central India is a rare find and a great conversation piece. Vintage Brass Bust, $650, Wisteria
Like a remnant from an ancient ruin, this cherub-like concrete bust is displayed on a minimal metal stand. Toulon Sculpture, $360, Arteriors

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