The Peruvian sculptor who creates this diminutive pair of owls says he selects the stones that speak to him when choosing raw materials to work with. In this sculpture he works with serpentine, white onyx, aragonite, rose quartz, and sodalite, and follows the stone’s natural contours and grains. Please accept some variation in each hand-carved piece.
Handcarved in Peru. Approximately 4 3/4"W x 8"H x 2 3/4"D.
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