Artist-Signed Original Vintage Dated 1985 Modern Solid-Cast Franklin Mint Bronze Sculpture/Figure/Figurine Displaying a Pensive-Looking Rabbit in Standing Position w/ Ears Folded Backward over Body & Rendered in a Dark Green-to-Black Verdigris Patina - image 1 of 15

HERE’S AN ARTIST-SIGNED ORIGINAL VINTAGE DATED 1985 MODERN SOLID-CAST FRANKLIN MINT BRONZE OR BRASS SCULPTURE / FIGURE / FIGURINE THAT DISPLAYS A PENSIVE-LOOKING RABBIT IN A STANDING POSITION WITH ITS EARS BACKWARD OVER ITS BODY AND RENDERED IN A DARK GREEN-TO-BLACK VERDIGRIS PATINA!

Dimensions: This rabbit figurine measures approximately five and one half inches (5 1/2”) in length, four and one half inches (4 1/2”) in height at its highest point, by three inches (3”) in width at its widest point

Signature: Signed on the underside bottom with a square-shaped copper-metal label in which there is an artist’s signature (similar to a Japanese artist’s calligraphic seal) along with a copyright symbol and the following markings “1985 FM” The letters “FM” presumably represent the Franklin Mint.

Condition: Very good toward excellent and clean condition with several very small surface scuffs here and there exposing the underlying bronze or brass surface (these are very small and unobtrusive). Overall, still a beauty!

Domestic buyer pays calculated shipping for secure packing and USPS priority within the United States. I no longer ship internationally due to the high volume of scams taking place. Sorry.

ITEM ID
1316
COLOR
Black, Bronze, Green
STYLE
Late 20th Century
ORIGIN
United States • American
PURPOSE
Figurines
ITEM TYPE
Vintage

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Artist-Signed Original Vintage Dated 1985 Modern Solid-Cast Franklin Mint Bronze Sculpture/Figure/Figurine Displaying a Pensive-Looking Rabbit in Standing Position w/ Ears Folded Backward over Body & Rendered in a Dark Green-to-Black Verdigris Patina

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