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Wood sculptures, 'Elephant Arches' (set of 3) - Colorful Wood Sculptures from Peru (Set of 3) Curate

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Elephant Arches Colorful Wood Sculptures from Peru (Set of 3)

Handcrafted from colorful pieces of wood, a family of three abstract elephants... more

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Handcrafted from colorful pieces of wood, a family of three abstract elephants forms arch shapes in this set of sculptures from Peru. John Barrow designs this quaint set, which features a large, medium, and small elephant. Little dots form the elephants' eyes. They can be displayed separately or nestled together.

  • 1.70 kgs
  • 3.7 lbs
  • Large: 23 cm H x 28 cm W x 7.5 cm D
  • Large: 9" H x 11" W x 3" D
  • Medium: 15.5 cm H x 18 cm W x 6 cm D
  • Medium: 6" H x 7" W x 2.4" D
  • Small: 10 cm H x 10 cm W x 4 cm D
  • Small: 3.9" H x 3.9" W x 1.6" D

  • Ishpingo, caoba, and cedar wood
  • Wood grain and color can vary slightly
  • Hand-crafted item -- color, size and/or motif may vary slightly
  • Free Gift Wrap? Yes
  • Premium Gift Wrap? Yes
  • Made in Peru.
  • Certified and shipped by our office in Andes

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29 Testimonials for John Barrow

Cynthia

I keep looking for more bird sculptures from John Barrow. I wish I had acquired some of the ones that were available in the past. They are displayed in our living room and evoke an appreciation for the beauty and wonder of nature. Thank you for enriching my world!

Milagros

I have four sculptures at home. They are magnificent!!

David

Worcester, England

I have several of John Barrow's wooden sculptures and I admire his use of different woods and colours that seem to bring them to life, especially the Marinera Dancers. They all evoke the culture of Peru, which I have visited.
 
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