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Sculpture: 'Pheasant2 (Bronze Small/Little Game Cockbird statuette/figurine/statue)'
by Simon Gudgeon

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Bronze Field Sports, Game Birds and Game Animals sculpture by sculptor Simon Gudgeon titled: 'Pheasant2 (Bronze Small/Little Game Cockbird statuette/figurine/statue)'
Bronze Field Sports, Game Birds and Game Animals sculpture by sculptor Simon Gudgeon titled: 'Pheasant2 (Bronze Small/Little Game Cockbird statuette/figurine/statue)' - Artwork View 1
Sculpture description:
Small/Little Bronze Cock Pheasant sculpture/statue/statuette/for sale for Indoors in the House on the Tabletop or Desktop or Inside the Home in the Cabinet or on the Mantlepiece by the remarkable British sculptor Simon Gudgeon
who writes....
"The Cock Pheasant`s natural inclination to display provides a perfect sculptural subject. An iconic bird of woodlands and fields and although not a native, the pheasant is a common sight all over the UK and is a frequent visitor by the Lakes.
Dimensions/size: 33 x 8 x 25 cm (height x width x depth)
approx: 1 ft 1 in x 3 1/6 in x 9 5/6 in
Edition: 50
Medium: Bronze
Sculptor: Simon Gudgeon [sculptor profile]
Price: £
3,600

Converted prices below are only for guidance and should be checked:
4,170
/ USD $
4,667
/ AUD $
6,242
/ CAD $
6,300
/ CHF
4,557
Availability: Yes, for sale.*
Category: Varietal Mix of Bird Sculptures or Statues
Field Sports, Game Birds and Game Animals Sculptures
Small bird Sculptures
Interior, Indoors, Inside Sculpture
Wild Bird Sculptures
Game Birds including Pheasant Capercaillie Partridge Black Cock Ptarmigan Grouse Sculpture
Weight: 1.6 Kg / 3.52 lb
Title: Pheasant2 (Bronze Small/Little Game Cockbird statuette/figurine/statue)
Finish: Patination
Recommended Usage: Indoors and as a Garden Sculpture
Year: 2013
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Yours Sincerely
Peter de Sausmarez.
MinstPI, Seigneur"
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Bronze Field Sports, Game Birds and Game Animals sculpture by sculptor Simon Gudgeon titled: 'Pheasant2 (Bronze Small/Little Game Cockbird statuette/figurine/statue)' - Artwork View 1

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