Savannah Story Bust, Elephant

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  • Recycled cement bags, vintage book paper
  • 15.5"H, 28.5"W, 19.5"D
  • Imported
This item will ship via UPS Ground and is only available for delivery within the continental United States. Shipment to international locations, U.S. territories, AK, HI, P.O. boxes, APO/FPO addresses and express ship methods are unavailable for this item.

  • Style #: 073308


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Rated 4 out of 5 by Unique! Bought this for my 8 year old daughter who wanted to change her fairy princess room to a more grown up safari decor. This is the perfect addition to her new walls! She loves the newspaper print and the fact that it's not just painted on her wall. The elephant is more expensive than the other busts but I saw them all in the store and this was the most whimsical. The eyes are a little light but could easily be painted. A little pricey - would have felt better about it if it was under $100 but the other animals didn't even compare. The elephant would look awesome in a family room, den, office, etc. September 10, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by beautiful this piece is so pretty in person and makes such an impact in a room. i put it in my baby's nursery and it looks like a mama elephant protecting its baby; it's so cool. September 12, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Elephant Sculpture It's beautiful, very detailed and looks wonderful on the wall. It's not trying to be a REAL elephant but gorgeous sculpture. December 21, 2010
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