Tim Nicklin 1987 Polybronze Scultpture Of Lioness Hunting Antelope

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This is a signed sculpture of a Lioness Hunting Antelope by Tim Nicklin & was a limited edition made in 1987. It was signed by him & made out of polybronze. These sculptures were cast in “Polybronze” in editions of twenty only. Polybronze is a composite of polyester resin and bronze metal filings, poured into the mold and allowed to “COLD CURE.” Once the original 20 were sold, they would destroy the mould.

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Condition: Used

Designer: Tim Nicklin

Date of Manufacture: Unknown

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Period: Unknown

Listed by: Marylebone Antiques

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SKU: 57921802