The Finale, a sculpture by Demetre Chiparus, will lead a sale at Bonhams on November 26 with an estimate of £200,000-300,000 ($320,180-480,270).
The circa 1925 sculpture depicts members of the Ballet Russes taking a curtain call. The male figure is believed to be modelled on Vaslav Nijinksy - one of the most celebrated ballet dancers of the 20th century.
Nijinsky joined the Russian ballet in 1898, aged just nine. In 1909, he joined the Ballet Russes, and became the lover of founder Sergey Dhiagilev - who made him a star on the international stage.
Chiparus (1886-1947) was a Paris-based art deco era sculptor, renowned for his jazz age works in ivory and bronze that display both classical and contemporary influences.
His work traditionally performs well at auction. Last year, Dolly Sisters made £277,250 ($432,814) - up 38% on its £200,000 ($320,180) high estimate.
Bruno Zach's The Riding Crop (1925) is valued at £40,000-50,000 ($64,036-80,045).
Zach (1891-1945) was a Ukrainian born sculptor who lived and worked in Vienna. He is best known for his erotic sculptures, cast in the art deco style.
An example of The Riding Crop from 1930 sold at Bonhams London in 2011 for £97,250 ($150,602) - a world record for the artist.
We have this signed copy of Virginia Wolf's Orlando, first published in 1928, which captures the progressive attitudes of the era in its treatment of gender and sexuality.
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