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Cow and Calf Bronze Sculpture

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Dimensions 11 cm tall (4.5 inches) tall
Brand Genesis Ireland
Article Number 5808
Model Number R27

Cow and Calf Ornament. Made from cold cast bronze and hand finished with care. Fully felted on the bottom to protect surfaces.

Artist: Donaldson. 

Part of the Genesis Bronze Art range: producing high quality giftware for over 20 years now.

Limited to 5000 pieces. Includes info card. Nicely gift boxed.

Made in Ireland. Feels solid and weighty.

Frequently Bought Together - Buy them for £73.45

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