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Wattled Cranes Sculpture

Wattled Cranes Sculpture

Regular price R140,000.00ZAR
Regular price Sale price R140,000.00ZAR
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    Product description

    This sculpture by Victor Mtshali and Siyabonga Mabaso honours the Wattled Crane, the largest crane on the African continent and a threatened species that lives in the wetlands of Southern Africa. A creative feat, the sculpture features two cranes, one with its wings outstretched, preparing to launch into flight. The realistic depiction of the birds draws attention to their elegance, and stands as a reminder of our role as stewards of our exquisite and environmentally critical wetlands.

    Made by Victor Mtshali and painted by Siyabonga Mabaso

    Dimensions: H; 80cm L; 50cm W; 28cm