He is available now and ready to ship!
Grover was lucky enough to be featured in the Fall 2010 issue of Prims magazine by Stampington and Company! Prims is a great publication featuring artists and their wares, in primitive, folk and historical styles - check it out!
Sculpted from Paperclay, he stands 12 inches high to the top of his stem and is about 4 1/2 inches wide. He sports a silky neck ribbon and is completed with a distressed, antiqued finish.
The drying properties of paperclay create cracks and irregularities in the clay that are unique to each piece and enhance the aged appearance. Once dry, paperclay is hard, durable and lightweight.
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