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Solid Cold cast bronze resin figurine featuring a masked doctor, removable hat to reveal a secret box.
Solid and weighty figurine for display.
From the popular Nemesis Now Steampunk range.
July 2016 Release.
Veronese Design is a brand well know all around the world. Products with the Veronese signature are high quality decorative items, figures, sculptures and statuettes. They have a huge creative team that have contributed to over 1000 different designs ranging from wildlife to dance to mythology and the classics. They mainly focus on bronze.
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"Hi There We have just received our order for 3 items of this pottery which you posted yesterday This is just to say thank you, my wife is delighted with the 3 items, which all arrived very quickly and intact."
"Hi Stephen... just to let you know the new beachcomber bronze i have treated myself to (and why not??!!) has arrived and is absolutely gorgeous... i LOVE it. I bought this because it is a replica of my daughter who travels the world and at every opportunity collects 'memory' items and usually tries to pick me up an unusual shell from the beach. She even wears her top round her waist in exactly the same way as the figurine and has the same hair. So this was absolutely the right decision. I will enjoy it for a few years and then do doubt she will pinch it at some point in the future and enjoy it as much as me. So thank you to whoever designed this gorgeous piece!! "
"My Discobolus arrived safely today, well packaged and protected and very promptly. Many thanks for letting me know it was available again. I'm really pleased with it, in fact it's excellent! As I said earlier, I've been looking for one for many years and hadn't found a decent one I could afford. This one is superb. Many versions just don't look right and quite a few seem to be copied from the one in the British Museum, which has the head in the wrong position. HIGHLY DELIGHTED!!"