This is a very compelling table sculpture in dramatic red stone on a sleek solid walnut base. Though the piece is not large, the impact is. It is textured and the minor cracks and marks are intrinsic to the sculpture...as is the exaggerated stance of the figure, with a hip cocked to one side. We also love the juxtaposition of the raw stone with the refined finish of the wood pedestal. An impressive piece.
Heavy (it weights 9 pounds).
Overall: 16.5" H x 10" W x 5" D; Statue only: 13.5" H x 7" W x 4" D
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