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Edge Sculpture African Tree Frog Blue/Yellow Edge Sculpture African Tree Frog Blue/Yellow
£90.00
Out of stock
The African Tree Frog in reality is rather small, but this Edge Sculpture has used artistic license to create a larger version, so all its colours can be seen. This one is predominately blue with yellow highlights. Additionally, it can be placed next to the Chameleon to create a wildlife-scape. Height 4" (102mm) Width 5.6" (142mm) Depth 4.7" (120mm) These Edge Sculptures are made in a small studio in Shropshire, by an artist called Matt Buckley. Matt sculpts each piece in clay and when he's happy with the design, it then enters the production stage. A mould is made from the original clay sculpt and a small run of each piece is created. These sculptures are cast using a resin, that also contains marble powder, giving the sculpture it's weight and density. This is sometimes known as ceramic polystone. The final step is with the on-site painters, where each one is hand painted, and whilst they follow a paint plan, each has an air of individuality, as there can be very slight variances in the resultant colours and patterns.
Edge Sculpture African Tree Frog Green Edge Sculpture African Tree Frog Green
£90.00
Out of stock
The African Tree Frog in reality is rather small, but this Edge Sculpture has used artistic license to create a larger version, so all its colours can be seen. This one is sporting different hues of green. Additionally, it can be placed next to the Chameleon to create a wildlife-scape. Height 4" (102mm) Width 5.6" (142mm) Depth 4.7" (120mm) Edge Sculptures are made in a small studio in Shropshire, by an artist called Matt Buckley. Matt sculpts each piece in clay and when he's happy with the design, it then enters the production stage. A mould is made from the original clay sculpt and a small run of each piece is created. These sculptures are cast using a resin, that also contains marble powder, giving the sculpture it's weight and density. This is sometimes known as ceramic polystone. The final step is with the on-site painters, where each one is hand painted, and whilst they follow a paint plan, each has an air of individuality, as there can be very slight variances in the resultant colours and patterns.
Edge Sculpture African Tree Frog Rainbow Green Edge Sculpture African Tree Frog Rainbow Green
£90.00
Out of stock
The African Tree Frog in reality is rather small, but this Edge Sculpture has used artistic license to create a larger version, so all its colours can be seen. This one is very colourful. Additionally, it can be placed next to the Chameleon to create a wildlife-scape. Height 4" (102mm) Width 5.6" (142mm) Depth 4.7" (120mm) Edge Sculptures are made in a small studio in Shropshire, by an artist called Matt Buckley. Matt sculpts each piece in clay and when he's happy with the design, it then enters the production stage. A mould is made from the original clay sculpt and a small run of each piece is created. These sculptures are cast using a resin, that also contains marble powder, giving the sculpture it's weight and density. This is sometimes known as ceramic polystone. The final step is with the on-site painters, where each one is hand painted, and whilst they follow a paint plan, each has an air of individuality, as there can be very slight variances in the resultant colours and patterns.
Edge Sculpture Chameleon Rainbow Blue Edge Sculpture Chameleon Rainbow Blue
£215.00
Out of stock
A fabulous African Chameleon, complete with lunch! This is the new rainbow blue colourway, but of course Chameleons can take on the colour of their surroundings and blend in, to hide in plain sight. Can be placed next to the African Tree Frog to create a wildlife scene. Height 13.2" (335mm) Width 13.8" (350mm) Depth 6.1" (155mm) Edge Sculptures are made in a small studio in Shropshire, by an artist called Matt Buckley. Matt sculpts each piece in clay and when he's happy with the design, it then enters the production stage. A mould is made from the original clay sculpt and a small run of each piece is created. These sculptures are cast using a resin, that also contains marble powder, giving the sculpture it's weight and density. This is sometimes known as ceramic polystone. The final step is with the on-site painters, where each one is hand painted, and whilst they follow a paint plan, each has an air of individuality, as there can be very slight variances in the resultant colours and patterns.

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