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Enduring Love Contemporary Bronze Sculpture (Adrian Tinsley) 24cm

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Dimensions 20 cm tall (8 inches). 24 cm long (9.5 inches). 13 cm depth.
Weight 2.90kg
Brand Frith Sculpture
Article Number 14233
Model Number AT032

Solid cold cast bronze resin contemporary sculpture of two hearts entwined together.

Great Engagement, Wedding or Anniversary gift or just simply to give your loved one.

Sculpted by Adrian Tinsley, his initials are engraved in the sculpture.

Felted on the bottom to protect surfaces.

Weighty display piece.

Made in the UK.

August 2016 Release. 

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