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I know, I know, I’ve broken my musical naming theme with this little fella, but when I tried to give him a nice Cantata or Requiem he objected. Some horses aren’t meant for fancy names, I suppose!

This handsome fella had been sitting on my workbench shelf for quite some time, existing in an amusing one-side-only-pasteled version of his current glory. I finally took pity and started finishing him off—only to have his very first coat of sealer go horribly horribly wrong. *sighs*

After replacing the can, I was able to sort him out– but he’s still showing his battle scars. The bumps are slightly harder to see with the matte finish, but there are very small droplets all over him where the first sealer went wrong.

Thankfully the additional coats of sealer between that coat and the last helped to smooth them out. As you can see in the photos his coat is still a little rough, but he should be fine for photo showing and makes a quite handsome shelf piece! (Plus I think it looks a bit like dragon scales...)

He has carved raised hooves and ears, realistic eyes, and slightly glossed show black hooves. If the new owner would like the eyes or hooves painting tweaked, I'd be willing to throw those in as a no cost-change. :)

DETAILS
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- Seams and Breyer logo have been removed.
- Ears and raised hooves have been carved
- Sealed with Krylon non-yellowing matte sealer.
- Photo Show Quality (PSQ), probably not Live Show Quality (LSQ)
- Additional/Larger photos available upon request!

MAKE: Breyer
SCALE: Stablemate (1:32 scale, approx 3 inches high)
MOLD: Andalusian (G2)
COLOR: Dark Red Bay
MEDIUM: Plastic Model, Liquitex Acrylics (Gesso, Naphthol Crimson, Ivory Black, Burnt Sienna) and Sargent Art Chalk Pastels

PRICE CALCULATOR
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Stablemate Body Cost: $3.00
Solid Body Color : $15.00 (reduced 25% for defects)

Shipping and Handling
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I normally ship Stablemates by USPS Priority Mail for a flat fee that is the average of the highest and lowest prices.. If you would prefer to get exact postage,I ship by UPS or FedEx, I’d be more than happy to do so.-- just let me know BEFORE you buy and I'll alter the auction. :)

REFUNDS
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What you see is what you get, so I do not offer refunds once a horse has mailed unless it is damaged in transit and returned.

If you aren't sure about the horse, please ask me for additional photos to make sure you are happy with it before I ship it!

PAYMENT METHODS
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I take PayPal, Amazon Payments, Google Checkout, and money orders. I do NOT take personal checks at this time.

Midnight Rose - Custom Fantasy Dark Red Bay Stablemate Model Horse (Breyer G2 Andalusian)

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: Acrylics, Pastels, Plastic
  • Feedback: 10 reviews
  • Only ships to United States from Virginia, United States.
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