Master Collection

The Nataji® Master Collection OF 21 fine art bronze sculptures

These original sculptures have been exquisitely created in clay by artist Natalie Levin. Every detail of the original sculpture has been captured by our master mold maker, and is meticulously cast in the lost wax method of bronze casting, where the original wax sculpture is “lost” or destroyed in the process of creating a unique bronze sculpture. Every bronze is signed by the artist and has it’s own mark, patina and uniqueness. No two castings are identical. May you be inspired to create your own sanctuary of peace and healing by experiencing these beautiful limited edition fine art bronzes.

The God and Goddess Collection

The Lost Wax Bronze Process

All of the Nataji® bronze sculptures are produced using the lost wax method, which has been around for thousands of years. Lost wax casting is a labor-intensive procedure that can take between 8-12 weeks to produce a finished bronze sculpture. We have provided an illustrated description of this process. More >


All Nataji® Bronzes are carefully packed in custom wooden crates which are made especially for each sculpture.

Each crate is usually shipped insured using Fedex ground, we can also ship expedited on request.

We also ship Internationally. Customer pays for all freight charges and the custom crating/packing, fees which are calculated separate to the sculpture price.

Bronze Care

A well crafted bronze sculpture will last practically forever with very little maintenance.

It is important to know, however, that because of its high copper content, bronze will naturally oxidize and the patina colors will change over time, especially if it is kept outdoors.

Natural oils from your hands, sunlight, pollution, moisture, and even time itself will cause changes in the color of the bronze.

To protect your sculpture use this simple program of regular maintenance…

1. Dust the pieces monthly with a dry cloth.

2. Every 3-6 months wax the pieces with Johnson’s Paste Wax, Renaissance Wax or a comparable carnauba wax. Rub the wax into the sculpture with a soft cloth, then let wax dry a bit before removing the wax with a soft polishing cloth.

3. If you would like the sculpture to shine, you can use a bit of coconut oil (or other natural oil) on a soft cotton cloth to wipe down the bronze and bring out the luster.