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Rag and Bone Goblin

$100.00

Rag and Bone Goblin

Rag and Bone Goblin

$100.00

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This little goblin is the newest addition to my Wyrdlands Collection of forest creatures. They are called a Rag & Bone Goblins for their habit of dressing in collections of different colored scraps of fabric that they find around human settlements and for their penchant for fashioning weapons, walking staffs and jewelry out of bones that they find in the woodlands near their burrows. They are peaceful creatures by nature and prefer to live solitary lives studying the plants and animals that live around them.

I will be offering this piece in a wide variety of paint schemes and will offer them up for sale as I complete them. I will also take special requests if you have a paint scheme you’d like to see.

This piece comes with a 6 inch round plaque that you can hang on a nail or screw.

The piece measures 6 inches across the ears, 4 1/2 inches from the top of the head to bottom of the piece and is 3 inches deep.

Thanks for supporting my work,
Arend

Materials

resin, wood plaque

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From Middleville, Michigan

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This little goblin is the newest addition to my Wyrdlands Collection of forest creatures. They are called a Rag & Bone Goblins for their habit of dressing in collections of different colored scraps of fabric that they find around human settlements and for their penchant for fashioning weapons, walking staffs and jewelry out of bones that they find in the woodlands near their burrows. They are peaceful creatures by nature and prefer to live solitary lives studying the plants and animals that live around them. I offer this piece in a variety of colors. I will also take special requests if you have a paint scheme you'd like to see. This piece comes with a 6 inch round plaque that you can hang on a nail or screw. The piece measures 6 inches across the ears, 4 1/2 inches from the top of the head to bottom of the piece and is 3 inches deep. Thanks for supporting my work, Arend
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