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Elf-World Creations is pleased to present 'Harold' the little furred white rat. Harold has been sculpted with Prosculpt. He is a 'one of a kind' creation having been entirely handmade as always without the use of moulds here at my studio in the heart of the Sussex countryside. Harold has been gently blushed. He has soft white mohair applied in layers and black glass eyes just glittering with realism and appeal. Harold is just a very tiny 5/8ths of an inch long not including tail, so perfect for your 1/12th scale dollhouse setting or pet shop.

Harold will be accompanied by a photo authenticity certificate signed by the artist.

About the Artist:

Ann Galvin is a professional multi-media artist with thirty years experience. After studying Sculpture and Ceramics, she began her professional career as a freelance illustrator of children's books. She later returned to modelling in clay, polymers and cold porcelain. She exhibits widely at exhibitions and galleries and is a member of the East Sussex Guild of Craftworkers. Her work can be seen in permanent exhibition at The Old Loom Mill, Hailsham, Sussex.

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The right of Ann Galvin to be identified as the designer of this original artwork has been asserted by her in accordance with the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988. All rights reserved.

Tiny Harold 1 12th scale white rat furred OOAK SCULPT by Artist Ann Galvin mouse

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: prosculpt polymer clay, genesis paints, glass eyes, mohair fur
  • Ships worldwide from United Kingdom
  • Feedback: 475 reviews
  • Favorited by: 8 people