Soapstone owl figurine, on black granite base

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Soapstone owl figurine, original hand-carved high polished small sculpture on round shape black granite base direct by Canadian stone carver

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SKU: SFO20701


Light green soapstone owl figurine, hand-carved small sculpture on a round shape black granite base. Recently finished new stone carving, of little abstract style wisdom reminder display. Traditionally carved by using only hand tools such as rasps and files and for polishing standard different grits sandpapers. Sealed and buffed with natural nontoxic bee wax, pinned and stone epoxy glued to a black granite stone specimen, that has feldspar flakes in it. The base stone was polished as well, also that’s where the figurine was signed and dated. I can personalize this soapstone owl figurine by adding a name or short message carving to the base stone for free of charge.
Raw soapstone and alabaster carving stone are always on stock, and custom carvings are made within days without payment upfront, with daily updates and pictures if required.

6.25″ x 4″ x 4″
16 x 10 x 10 cm.
2.555 kg.

Green soapstone 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.
Soapstone 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 Soapstone owl figurine, on black granite base

  1. Corinna

    Absolutely beautiful carving. Great service and communication with vendor. Have already ordered again.

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