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Octave the parakeet (2013)
Octave the parakeet (2013)
The very first sculptures that started my business! Octave's parents were both opera singers, and they wanted him to follow in his footsteps. Octave however wants to become an entomologist, even though he spends more time eating the insects than studying them... Made from needle-felted wool, the body of these toys alone took around 10 hours to make. The face was hand sculpted from polymer clay, then hand painted with care.
£70.00
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Salomé the unicorn (2013)
Salomé the unicorn (2013)
The very first sculptures that started my business! Salomé is very caring, she always has something kind to say and loves making hot cocoa for everyone. Made from needle-felted wool, the body of these toys alone took around 10 hours to make. The face and ears were hand sculpted from polymer clay, then hand painted with care.
£70.00
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Léopoldine the shrew (2013)
Léopoldine the shrew (2013)
The very first sculptures that started my business! Léopoldine tends to fall asleep during the day randomly, and doesn't remember where she is when she wakes up. She's the only one that can stand on her own thanks to her posable tail. Disclaimer: this piece is discounted because the face was made from air dry clay and suffered damage over the years. I repaired her carefully and she now looks like new, but I unfortunately cannot guarantee there will not be further damage over the years. She's my personal favourite though! Made from needle-felted wool, the body of these toys alone took around 10 hours to make. The face was hand sculpted, then hand painted with care.
£50.00
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Elliot the bee (2013)
Elliot the bee (2013)
The very first sculptures that started my business! Elliot has anger management issues. He tends to be very vocal about his opinions, but he's a passionate character and very loyal to his friends. Made from needle-felted wool, the body of these toys alone took around 10 hours to make. The face, wings and antennae were hand sculpted from polymer clay, then hand painted with care.
£60.00
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Beetle Girl (2017)
Beetle Girl (2017)
The sculpture that started my obsession with beetles! When a Beetle Girl is born, it's very vulnerable and way too curious for its own good. Evolution has found a way to help with this behaviour: their colours match the plant on which the cocoon was placed, to act as a form of camouflage that protects it from harm when it's born (let's just hope they don't stray too far...). These are made from polyurethane resin. They're made from 3 different moulds: the horns, head and body are all separate, then put back together using strong glue and epoxy paste. Hand painted with care.
£30.00
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Beetle Girl: one-off green (2017)
Beetle Girl: one-off green (2017)
The sculpture that started my obsession with beetles! When a Beetle Girl is born, it's very vulnerable and way too curious for its own good. Evolution has found a way to help with this behaviour: their colours match the plant on which the cocoon was placed, to act as a form of camouflage that protects it from harm when it's born (let's just hope they don't stray too far...). These are made from polyurethane resin. They're made from 3 different moulds: the horns, head and body are all separate, then put back together using strong glue and epoxy paste. Hand painted with care.
£30.00
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Beetle Girl: one-off blue (2017)
Beetle Girl: one-off blue (2017)
The sculpture that started my obsession with beetles! When a Beetle Girl is born, it's very vulnerable and way too curious for its own good. Evolution has found a way to help with this behaviour: their colours match the plant on which the cocoon was placed, to act as a form of camouflage that protects it from harm when it's born (let's just hope they don't stray too far...). These are made from polyurethane resin. They're made from 3 different moulds: the horns, head and body are all separate, then put back together using strong glue and epoxy paste. Hand painted with care.
£30.00
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Beetle Girl magnet/brooch (2017)
Beetle Girl magnet/brooch (2017)
Write me a note at checkout to let me know if you'd like a brooch back or magnet. The sculpture that started my obsession with beetles! When a Beetle Girl is born, it's very vulnerable and way too curious for its own good. Evolution has found a way to help with this behaviour: their colours match the plant on which the cocoon was placed, to act as a form of camouflage that protects it from harm when it's born (let's just hope they don't stray too far...). These are polymer clay, with a wire armature inside, hand painted with care.
£12.00
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