LAST ONE EVER as as artist limited edition then once sold, it will be removed from the website. This Bronze Indian statue is cast with lost wax method, and carries a bow and arrow. Notice the fine details of this magnificent bronze casting. He stands a commanding 70 inches high, and weighs around 224 pounds.
In 1778, Hawaii was discovered by British explorer James Cook. The island's inhabitants, descendants of Polynesian migrants originally coming from the Marquesas and Bora Bora islands, and especially the women, played a major role in conquering the hearts of the captain and crew in a brief moment.
The women were praised for their beauty, and they enchanted men with their charm.
We couldn’t resist creating this beautiful collectors item that captures the attributes those women were famous for, in a bronze cast medium.
This bronze statue depicts a charging Bull or Toro, head high its on the seek for an opponent to measure its strength.
Symbolizing strength, power and fertility the Bull made its way through religion, Myths and serves as a mascot for several institutions. Foremost in Spain and Portugal and Latin American countries the bullfight or Corrida is a national event that attracts masses of people, to watch the fight between human and animal.
A monumental bronze statue depicting the University of Iowa’s famed “Herky the Hawk” mascot. Born of a cartoon in 1945, Herky has been a mascot of Hawkeye pride for over 50 years, and has been a symbol of school pride and patriotism since his inception. During the Korean War, Herky donned a military uniform and became the mascot for the 124th Fighting Squadron.
Note: Herky the Hawk is a registered trademark of the University of Iowa. This sculpture is not for sale, and is merely shown as an example of our custom statues work.
This bronze statue, mounted on a beautiful decorated bronze base, depicts a nude and serene Antian woman, holding Cupid (son of Mercury and Venus) in one hand, and an apple in the other. Could it be that this young lady is torn between love and temptation? This piece will add a beautiful sculpture that will be greatly admired, to any art collection.
This bronze sculpture cast with the lost-wax method and set on a circular marble base, portrays 2 eagles fighting over a fish. It makes a ideal focal point for a home, garden, or business lobby arrangement.
This piece features a special patterned patina to further accentuate its natural and life-like beauty.
This Life-sized casting of a dancing hawaiian girl holding a lei is 100% bronze, made using the lost-wax method. It is a perfect figure for home and garden, or as a welcome sign for your business entrance or foyer.
Figure is also available partially-nude without top: please specify SKU #TK-18025 instead.
Bronze Eagle catching a fish. This hand cast bird, museum quality bronze, portrays a majestic Bald Eagle just after it has caught it’s prey. It’s perfect for anybody that loves wildlife. It works as well inside as out. Great for museums, galleries, schools, offices, or your home!
This piece features a special patterned patina to further accentuate its natural beauty.