Alabaster stone sculpture

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Red alabaster stone sculpture direct by a Canadian artist. Brand new hand carved and hand polished original abstract art on marble stone base

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SKU: AS400202


Original alabaster stone sculpture on round shape white marble base for sale direct by the artist. Maori symbol inspirational brand new abstract style carving.

Red or officially called a raspberry alabaster natural stone, hand-carved and high polished fish hook symbol, recently finished original carving by Gabriella. Despite the veined and flaky look, what’s the character of this type of alabaster, the stone is one solid piece. Carved the old school, traditional way. Shaped with mallet and chisels, detailed with rasps and files. Polished with water base sandpapers up to 2000 grit smoothness and shine. Sealed and buffed with natural nontoxic bee wax. The round shape white marble base stone is 3.75″ in diameter and 1.25″ thick, and polished as well. The alabaster stone sculpture is brand new, has never been displayed, signed, and dated. Hand-signed authentication certificate attached with the purchase of the sculpture.

11.75″ x 5″ x 3.75″                29 x 13 x 9.5 cm.                           3.262 kg.

Alabaster is a wonderful carving medium for professionals and amateurs equally. The wide variety of colors inspires one to carve lovely figurines or artists to create a masterpiece sculpture.
It doesn’t require expensive cutting equipment, basic hand tools such as rasps and files for shaping, and sandpaper for polishing are sufficient for finishing a piece.
Alabaster carving is a great educational occupation for children and a life-long hobby for everyone.
Suppliers offer soapstone by the pound and art shops in blocks by piece for prices.
We offer small 2″-4″ cut-offs as well by the box, ( about 7-8 lb ) for beginners to practice.


1 review for Alabaster stone sculpture

  1. bakasasha

    Lovely sculpture Well made and quick ship

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