Carruth Studios Precious Statue
Hand Crafted in the USA
Looking for the ultimate conversation piece? These warm-hearted Precious Statues will turn your indoor or outdoor masterpiece into a whimsical talk piece. As with the entire Carruth Collection, this piece is full of personality and emotion!
- Concrete Can be Left Outdoors Year Round
- Hand Cast Stone
- Individually Gift Boxed
- Choose from Sweet Pea, Garden and Playtime Pixie
Bashful Bunny: 5.5"W x 3"H x 8"D
Divine Swine: 4"W x 3.5"H x 7"D
Puppy Love: 9.5"W x 4"H x 8"D
Purrfect Pals: 3.75"W x 7"H x 5.75"D
Bashful Bunny: 7 lbs
Divine Swine: 5 lbs
Puppy Love: 14 lbs
Purrfect Pals: 7 lbs
Bashful Bunny: What could be more charming than a traditional bunny statue in your flower bed? Bunny statuary has always been a popular addition to natural settings. This bashful bunny quietly hides in the ivy, waiting to welcome visitors. Rabbits can get into mischief, but this stone bunny rabbit is well behaved.
Divine Swine: Who says pigs can't fly? As soon as he grows up, he'll be flying every day. People who collect pig figurines would love to have him resting in their garden or on their deck. A flying pig would make a perfect gift.
Puppy Love: Shhhh, you'll wake them. Nothing better than an afternoon nap with your best friend. Display this dog and cat sculpture on the fireplace hearth or on a doorstep. You almost want to yawn just looking at them.
Purrfect Pals: Taking a catnap with a mouse on his back? This housecat and mouse must truly be perfect pals. With a curled up tail and ID tag on his collar, this duo will make a house feel like a home. Place this sculpture on a step or on the deck. A fun gift for cat lovers.
George Carruth Original Design!
Since 1983 George Carruth has been creating wonderful cast images in stone from completely original designs carved from limestone and clay. A cat birdbath, frog rain gauge and dog thermometer are but a few of the outdoor garden statues and sculptures created at Carruth Studio. It all began over 25 years ago with one-of-a-kind garden statues and sculptures, hand carved from stones, cast off from local quarries. Turning rough quarry stones into garden sculptures became the passion of George Carruth over two decades ago.