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Hares Boxing Small Bronze Figurine (Limited Edition) Michael Simpson

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Dimensions Height: 16cm x Width: 9cm x Depth: 7cm
Brand Richard Cooper Company
Article Number 21882
Model Number 1139

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Two hare boxing captured beautifully in bronze by Michael Simpson. Limited edition of just 250.

All bronzes are produced using the lost wax method. Each bronze is decorated and finished using the traditional method of patination and comes beautifully boxed with a certificate of authenticity. The certificate also includes info about the artist and the edition number eg 7/250.

Robust and heavy ornament made from solid foundry bronze (not hollow).

Hand finished patina. Each figurine has a unique finish.

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Feb 2021 release. 

Each figurine is supplied in an attractive gift box and has the limited edition number engraved onto it.

Frequently Bought Together - Buy them for £237.50

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