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ebony statuette african giraffe
Tall, lean and graceful, the giraffe is forever a symbol of Africa's extraordinary wildlife. Francis Agbete, who carefully carves the giraffe from rich ebony wood, designs this statuette. Using manual tools, the expert carver ensures the delicate detail that enlivens this statuette. details
teakwood statuette sitting sangut
Gio, an Indonesian artisan, presents this teakwood statuette depicting a character from Balinese traditional shadow puppetry, or wayang kulit. Sangut is a comic character and his personality shines through in this handmade sculpture. Featuring superb detailing, this statuette will is a fascinating addition to any room. details
bronze statuette meditating
Little Buddha kneels as he meditates with absolute devotion in this endearing statuette from Elayanti. In his hands he holds prayer beads, and a prayer wheel. Crafted of bronze, the statuette depicts Buddha wearing a pinkish-red cloak and features an aged finish. details
wood statuette upside-down
Lost in the throes of passion, this amorous couple exemplifies erotic aestheticism. Their faces meet in a kiss as their nude bodies intertwine. Wayan Rendah sensitively portrays the force of seduction as he carves this statuette from suar wood. Rendah's sublime carving extricates the wood's noble beauty in favor of the statuette's theme and form. details
lacquered wood statuette elephant
This cheerful baby elephant lifts up its trunk in celebration and smiles endearingly. Nantana Sompamitre hand-carves the statuette from local mango wood and paints florid hearts on the tip of the trunk, the back and front. The statuette receives several coats of lacquer, which Sompamitre prepares from the Gluta usitata tree and ashes of burnt rice paddy husks. The tusks are made of plastic. details
wood sculpture compassion
Kwame Frimpong carves a moving statuette of man looking after a child; this statuette is referred to as timaa, an Akan word meaning compassion. Timaa statuettes can be found in the palaces of chiefs from the Akan, Ewe and Naba tribes. The timaa statuette is placed in the waiting room, both as a decorative item and encouragement for those who have come to ask the chief for his help and benevolence. It is a symbolic piece filled with wise teachings, representing a stronger man protecting a young child. Likewise, a tribal chief is expected to help those less fortunate than him. Frimpong carves this piece by hand from local sese wood, its noble grain ideal [...]. details
wood sculpture condolences
A priest of solemn expression stands with a gourd in his hands in this alluring statuette by Victor Yao Delanyo. The statuette represents the Akan gunsa ( libation-pouring ) funeral custom, where the men bring something to drink to the deceased's grieving family. This is viewed as a way of conveying one's condolences. Delanyo carves the statuette from sese wood, keenly detailing expression and tribal markings. The priest is accessorized with colorful glass beaded necklaces. details
imax corporation seaside series
IMAX Corporation
- Statuettes / Figurines
- 134273
- Coastal set of three seaside statuaries in complimentary shapes on stands. Made of 49.5% Polyresin 49.5% Stone Powder, 1% Iron; Starfish, seashell, and seaweed statues; Each piece is mounted on a black base. Specifications:Seaweed Statuette Dimensions: 18.25 H x 7.25 W x 3.75 D; Starfish Statuette Dimensions: 9.5 H x 8 W x 5.25 D; Seashell Statuette Dimensions: 8.75 H x 11 W x 5.25 D; Total Weight: 8.2 lbs. details
imax corporation cohen ceramic
IMAX Corporation
- Statuettes / Figurines
- 692653
- Peace, love and harmony are demonstrated in this collection of three Cohen Ceramic Hands from IMAX Corporation in high gloss finishes. With each statuette coming in either green, orange, or white, this collection is sure to unify the house. Made of 100% CeramicSet of three statuettes: peace (orange), love (green), and harmony (white)Specifications:Peace Statuette Dimensions: 10.5 H x 3.25 W x 2.75 DLove Statuette Dimensions: 10.5 H x 5.75 W x 2.75 DHarmony Statuette Dimensions: 10.5 H x 3.25 W x 3 DTotal Weight: 6.23 lbs. details
wood statuette kitten in a tux
With markings like a tuxedo, a black and white kitten relaxes after a day of play. Before taking a quick nap, he reflects on the day's activities and enjoys his pleasant home. Nengah Sudarsana carves the realistic statuette and paints the pretty feline by hand. details
wood statuette family love
Steeped in the rich texture of suar wood, this statuette by Wayan Rendah exudes the intimacy of a family. A mother and father relax with their baby, the expressionless faces suggesting inalterable unity. details
brass statuette grandma39s
With a rooster at the helm, this iron replicates those brought to Java by the Dutch. From Andri Martias, this statuette is crafted of brass with an albesia wood handle and a dark brown antique look. The top is designed to open. details
sandstone statuette lotus frog
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wood statuette curious kitty
Relaxed and poised, this tuxedo cat is alert to the world around it, smiling a friendly smile. Nengah Sudarsana hand-carves the endearing cat from albesia wood, painting it with expressive detail, including the eyes. This statuette is designed to rest on a bookshelf, a computer monitor, or on table. details
brass statuette red vintage vespa
Popular throughout Java in the 1960's and 70 s, the Vespa is now a vintage treasure that inspires this statuette. From Andri Martias, the scooter is replicated in brass, iron and aluminum, a mica headlight, rubber tires and velvet seat. details
wood statuette dance for me
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wood statuette my monkey friend
With a smiling if startled expression, this lovely monkey comes with a promise of friendship. From Zeny and Reyna, the endearing statuette is carved of copal wood and painted by hand with a palette of cheerful colors that includes orange, red, blue, green, yellow, and pink. details
wood statuette my owl protector
Wide-eyed and with colorful plumage, this handsome owl comes with a promise of protection. From Zeny and Reyna, the endearing statuette is carved of copal wood and painted by hand with a palette of cheerful colors that includes black, orange, red, blue, green, brown, purple, gold, yellow, and pink. details
wood statuette i adore you
A mother holds her child high in adoration in this magnificent sculpture, in homage to the special bond that they share. Soaring lines and contemporary styling bring elegance to this statuette by Wayan Rendah. Carved from richly-grained suar wood, it celebrates a life-long love. details
wood statuette angelic siamese
A gentle angel reveals the sweet blue eyes of a Siamese cat who clasps her paws in prayer. This whimsical image comes from Nengah Sudarsana, who shares his love for animals through his work. Carved from Balinese albesia wood, the statuette is beautifully painted by hand. details
wood statuette mary and jesus
Rich wood grains intensify the beauty of this elegant statuette. Lovingly sculpted with graceful line and smooth contours, it depicts Mary. The Virgin holds little Jesus close to her heart in an exquisite carving by Wayan Rendah. details
ceramic statuette elephant
Delicately painted by hand, this exquisite statuette demonstrates Kanda's skills and artistry. Elephants are an important part of Thai culture and have always been a symbol of both power and peace. The artists sketch the pattern freehand onto the figurine and apply pastel colors with tiny brushes before re-painting the piece with darker colors. details
wood statuette orangutan plays
This talented orangutan is playing the kempur gong in a whimsical statuette by Wayan Rendah. His care for detail is impressive as he carves the suar wood sculpture by hand, resulting in a highly expressive and endearing orangutan. details
wood statuette man doing yoga
A male figure in a seated yoga position is the subject of master woodcarver Wayan Rendah's statuette. Holding his palms together in front of his leg as part of yoga movement, the man seems to radiate tranquility. Rendah uses suar wood for the beautiful, textured finish it produces. details
wood statuette wistful kitty
Looking up with wistful eyes, this Siamese cat waits for someone to give him a loving tap on the head. Nengah Sudarsana hand-carves the endearing cat from albesia wood, painting it with expressive detail, including the eyes. This statuette is designed to rest on a bookshelf, a computer monitor, or on table. details
wood statuette elegant kiss
Soaring line and contemporary style bring elegance to this statuette by Wayan Rendah. Carved from richly-grained suar wood, it depicts a kiss that communicates both deep affection and passion. The artist celebrates the physical and spiritual manifestations of love in an exquisite signature piece. details
wood statuette flute player
This fine statuette in suar wood by Wayan Rendah depicts a recumbent flute player wearing traditional dancer garb. Interestingly, this work combines the relaxed disposition of a Balinese farmer with the flair for performance of an experienced dancer. details
wood statuette posing pintail
A wary species, the pintail duck can migrate thousands of miles every year. Nengah Sudarsana sculpts this beautiful bird from Balinese albesia wood, capturing its natural elegance. Painted by hand, the colors are applied in three luminous layers for a lifelike statuette. details
wood statuette devoted in prayer
A woman bends her head with eyes closed in devotion, holding her hands close to her heart. Wayan Rendah captures the intensity of her prayer (muspa) when carving her image from select suar wood. Rendah's careful attention to detail almost brings to life this statuette. details