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The Lobster Sculpture is hand made and constructed by using a Mitre shell to create its body.
Not only is the Lobster Sculpture a beautiful and interesting object but it is also totally unique.
First we is sculpt the design by hand then cast in bronze and silver plate it. The silver is lacquered so that it never needs to be polished with any special cleaning products. Consequently please just lightly dust with a soft cloth.
The Lobster Sculpture not only looks amazing as a stand alone sculpture but also fantastic as a groupThis beautiful large lobster sculpture is perfect to dress any decor scheme or seafood table. Not only is it hand crafted using a large Mitre shell and heavily silver plated brass sculptured body. The base of the sculpture is constructed by making an intricate mozaic of black pen shell.
Dimensions of The Lobster Sculpture: Height: 44.5cm, Width 13.25cm, Depth 13.25cm.
Designed to make you smile, our intriguing range of curiosities, sculptures and paperweights make amazing unusual accessories and quirky gifts.
We love collecting, many of our pieces have been created from our personal collections. We spend hours delving through curio cabinets at museums, antique markets and bric-a-brac stalls. The excitement of finding something different and unusual is truly inspiring. Each piece tells a story, especially those gathered by travellers in the 19th century on long journeys to faraway lands. Yet, we also find inspiration in much prosaic places, such as the ever change sea shore.
We create characters rather than objects, they are whimsical, full of attitude and personality. Guaranteed to make you smile.
Shells used by Objet Luxe are ethically sourced from sustainable sources. We only use the finest quality natural raw materials, all of which comply to CITES and all international environmental legislation.
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