Design Toscano Balthazars Watch Gargoyle SculptureItem#: HN-TOSC603
- High-quality resin construction
- "Balthazar" stands as a ferocious warrior in entryway
- Unique piece sure to get noticed in your garden
- Masterfully sculpted with beautiful tresses and flawless form
- Dimensions: 10W x 9D x 10.5H in.
Nobody will want to mess with the muscular guardian in the Design Toscano Balthazars Watch Gargoyle Sculpture. High-quality resin construction provides a lasting charm. This ferocious warrior protects your entryway and is sure to get noticed in your garden. Masterfully detailed for maximum impact.
About Design Toscano
Design Toscano is the country's premier source for statues and other historical and antique replicas, which are available through the company's catalog and website. Design Toscano's founders, Michael and Marilyn Stopka, created Design Toscano in 1990. While on a trip to Paris, the Stopkas first saw the marvelous carvings of gargoyles and water spouts at the Notre Dame Cathedral. Inspired by the beauty and mystery of these pieces, they decided to introduce the world of medieval gargoyles to America in 1993. On a later trip to Albi, France, the Stopkas had the pleasure of being exposed to the world of Jacquard tapestries that they added quickly to the growing catalog. Since then, the company's product line has grown to include Egyptian, Medieval and other period pieces that are now among the current favorites of Design Toscano customers, along with an extensive collection of garden fountains, statuary, authentic canvas replicas of oil painting masterpieces, and other antique art reproductions. At Design Toscano, attention to detail is important. Travel directly to the source for all historical replicas ensures brilliant design.
Dimensions & Specifications
10W x 9D x 10.5H in.
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Comments about Design Toscano Balthazars Watch Gargoyle Sculpture:
This item came quickly and upon arrival was a very nice product. My only complaint would be that it tends to sit a little unevenly, leaning to the left.