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A unique and beautiful sculpture of a mouse on a set of keys.
Stoke-on-Trent Artist Micheal Simpson has a unique ability to design extremely accurately and yet with a loose contemporary feel making his style easily recognised and much appreciated by collectors.
Made from solid cold cast bronze resin and polished to give a beautiful patina very similar to hot cast bronze. Hand painted.
Nicely boxed, great gift idea.
Includes artist info and collection card.
Aug 2016 release.
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