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Wiggles the Hedgehog Bronze Sculpture (Thomas Meadows) 12cm

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Dimensions H:7 cm W:12 cm
Brand Frith Sculpture
Article Number 14200
Model Number TM044

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Cold cast solid bronze resin hedgehog sculpted by Thomas Meadows. Each spine has been individually placed into the model by hand to create a very realistic sculpture.

A lovely hedgehog ornament for the wildlife enthusiast.

Bottom is felted to protect surfaces.

2016 Frith Sculpture release.

Weighty feel. 

Designed and made in the UK.

H: 7cm (2.5 inches) L: 12cm (4.5 inches)

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