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Heathcliff the Yorkshire Hare Heathcliff the Yorkshire Hare
£143.00
Out of stock
Heathcliff, one of our Frith Sculpture Hares, is designed by Paul Jenkins.  A fine specimen being 13.5" (130 cm) in height. All our Frith Sculptures are handmade in the West Country, using the Cold Casting Method. This is the process that mixes metal powder, in this case Bronze, with a resin. This gives the look of a solid metal piece, but it can be produced faster and at a more affordable price than an equivalent foundry casting of molton bronze. Hence, Cold Cast Bronze Sculpures are a fraction of the price of full Bronze pieces.
Henrietta Hare Henrietta Hare
£40.00
In stock
This Frith Sculpture Hare is called Henrietta, designed by Paul Jenkins.  This is a sweet hare, which is 7" (18 cm) in height. All our Frith Sculptures are handmade in the West Country, using the Cold Casting Method. This is the process that mixes metal powder, in this case Bronze, with a resin. This gives the look of a solid metal piece, but it can be produced faster and at a more affordable price than an equivalent foundry casting of molton bronze. Hence, Cold Cast Bronze Sculpures are a fraction of the price of full Bronze pieces.
Hilda Hare Hilda Hare
£62.00
In stock
This Frith Sculpture Hare is named Hilda and is depicted in a moon gazing pose.  She is 7" (18 cm) in height. All our Frith Sculptures are handmade in the West Country, using the Cold Casting Method. This is the process that mixes metal powder, in this case Bronze, with a resin. This gives the look of a solid metal piece, but it can be produced faster and at a more affordable price than an equivalent foundry casting of molton bronze. Hence, Cold Cast Bronze Sculpures are a fraction of the price of full Bronze pieces.
Holly Hare Holly Hare
£57.00
In stock
This Frith Sculpture Hare is called Holly and was designed by Paul Jenkins. She is depicted in a relaxed lying pose and measures 27 x 14 x 10.5 cm. All our Frith Sculptures are handmade in the West Country, using the Cold Casting Method. This is the process that mixes metal powder, in this case Bronze, with a resin. This gives the look of a solid metal piece, but it can be produced faster and at a more affordable price than an equivalent foundry casting of molton bronze. Hence, Cold Cast Bronze Sculpures are a fraction of the price of full Bronze pieces.
Howard Hare Howard Hare
£99.00
Out of stock
Howard Hare, one of the Frith Sculptures, was originally designed by Paul Jenkins. Quite majestic, he measures 12" (30 cm) tall and is a substantial piece. All our Frith Sculptures are handmade in the West Country, using the Cold Casting Method. This is the process that mixes metal powder, in this case Bronze, with a resin. This gives the look of a solid metal piece, but it can be produced faster and at a more affordable price than an equivalent foundry casting of molton bronze. Hence, Cold Cast Bronze Sculpures are a fraction of the price of full Bronze pieces.
Humphrey Hare Humphrey Hare
£61.00
In stock
Designed by Paul Jenkins, this Frith Sculpture is called Humphrey and he is cautiously looking over his shoulder. Standing 8" (21 cm) in height, he is classed as a medium sized sculpture. All our Frith Sculptures are handmade in the West Country, using the Cold Casting Method. This is the process that mixes metal powder, in this case Bronze, with a resin. This gives the look of a solid metal piece, but it can be produced faster and at a more affordable price than an equivalent foundry casting of molton bronze. Hence, Cold Cast Bronze Sculpures are a fraction of the price of full Bronze pieces.
Sitting Hare Large Sitting Hare Large
£156.00
In stock
This Frith Hare Sculpture is another Paul Jenkins masterpiece. Being 19" (48 cm) tall he is quite a chunky piece and really makes a statement. All our Frith Sculptures are handmade in the West Country, using the Cold Casting Method. This is the process that mixes metal powder, in this case Bronze, with a resin. This gives the look of a solid metal piece, but it can be produced faster and at a more affordable price than an equivalent foundry casting of molton bronze. Hence, Cold Cast Bronze Sculpures are a fraction of the price of full Bronze pieces.

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Heathcliff, one of our Frith Sculpture Hares, is designed by Paul Jenkins.  A fine specimen being 13.5" (130 cm) in height. All our Frith Sculptures are handmade in the West Country, using the Cold Casting Method. This is the process that mixes metal powder, in this case Bronze, with a resin. This gives the look of a solid metal piece, but it can be produced faster and at a more affordable price than an equivalent foundry casting of molton bronze. Hence, Cold Cast Bronze Sculpures are a fraction of the price of full Bronze pieces.
This Frith Sculpture Hare is called Henrietta, designed by Paul Jenkins.  This is a sweet hare, which is 7" (18 cm) in height. All our Frith Sculptures are handmade in the West Country, using the Cold Casting Method. This is the process that mixes metal powder, in this case Bronze, with a resin. This gives the look of a solid metal piece, but it can be produced faster and at a more affordable price than an equivalent foundry casting of molton bronze. Hence, Cold Cast Bronze Sculpures are a fraction of the price of full Bronze pieces.
This Frith Sculpture Hare is named Hilda and is depicted in a moon gazing pose.  She is 7" (18 cm) in height. All our Frith Sculptures are handmade in the West Country, using the Cold Casting Method. This is the process that mixes metal powder, in this case Bronze, with a resin. This gives the look of a solid metal piece, but it can be produced faster and at a more affordable price than an equivalent foundry casting of molton bronze. Hence, Cold Cast Bronze Sculpures are a fraction of the price of full Bronze pieces.
This Frith Sculpture Hare is called Holly and was designed by Paul Jenkins. She is depicted in a relaxed lying pose and measures 27 x 14 x 10.5 cm. All our Frith Sculptures are handmade in the West Country, using the Cold Casting Method. This is the process that mixes metal powder, in this case Bronze, with a resin. This gives the look of a solid metal piece, but it can be produced faster and at a more affordable price than an equivalent foundry casting of molton bronze. Hence, Cold Cast Bronze Sculpures are a fraction of the price of full Bronze pieces.
Howard Hare, one of the Frith Sculptures, was originally designed by Paul Jenkins. Quite majestic, he measures 12" (30 cm) tall and is a substantial piece. All our Frith Sculptures are handmade in the West Country, using the Cold Casting Method. This is the process that mixes metal powder, in this case Bronze, with a resin. This gives the look of a solid metal piece, but it can be produced faster and at a more affordable price than an equivalent foundry casting of molton bronze. Hence, Cold Cast Bronze Sculpures are a fraction of the price of full Bronze pieces.
Designed by Paul Jenkins, this Frith Sculpture is called Humphrey and he is cautiously looking over his shoulder. Standing 8" (21 cm) in height, he is classed as a medium sized sculpture. All our Frith Sculptures are handmade in the West Country, using the Cold Casting Method. This is the process that mixes metal powder, in this case Bronze, with a resin. This gives the look of a solid metal piece, but it can be produced faster and at a more affordable price than an equivalent foundry casting of molton bronze. Hence, Cold Cast Bronze Sculpures are a fraction of the price of full Bronze pieces.
This Frith Hare Sculpture is another Paul Jenkins masterpiece. Being 19" (48 cm) tall he is quite a chunky piece and really makes a statement. All our Frith Sculptures are handmade in the West Country, using the Cold Casting Method. This is the process that mixes metal powder, in this case Bronze, with a resin. This gives the look of a solid metal piece, but it can be produced faster and at a more affordable price than an equivalent foundry casting of molton bronze. Hence, Cold Cast Bronze Sculpures are a fraction of the price of full Bronze pieces.