Frith Handmade sculpture of resting Scottish Highlander

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Frith
€ 295,00 Incl. tax

Reclining Scottish Highlander. The sculpture is expertly handcrafted in cold cast bronze to a design by Veronica Ballen (UK). The sculpture comes with a small certificate. Dimensions: L 32 x W 13 x H 16 cm.

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Scottish Highlander - L

This statue is part of our nature statue collection from Frith Natural. The animal statues are designed by local free-lance artists from Great Britain, where the statues are actually produced. The realistic design and the eye for detail show the craftsmanship of the artist, who flawlessly exposes the essence of the animal.

The wax or clay prototype is then converted to a cold cast bronze specimen and given a special bronze finish. Finally, the statue is polished by hand. The unique production process and material composition ensure a weather-resistant image that can be placed both indoors and outdoors.

Details:

  • Material: Cold cast bronze, special bronze powder and resin.
  • Sculptor/sculpturist: Veronica Ballan
  • Dimensions: L 32 x H 16 x 13 cm

About Frith Naturally:

Known for high-quality animal sculptures in both design and material, Frith has been supplying figurative sculptures to the National Trust for more than 20 years. Frith works with well-known freelance artists, such as Peter Jenkins, Veronica Ballan, Thomas Meadows, who have studied the rural animals. Some of their work is exclusively intended for Frith. The sculpture is first made in clay or wax, after which the design is transferred to a studio in Exmoor for follow-up production.

With the purchase of a Frith sculpture you get a high-quality and unique image of nature at home.

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