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"Mansfield Manor Lion Sentinel" Statues
Welcome lion statues that guard the great abbeys of the British Isles as your very own with European monuments in the classic animalier style. Sculpted with full manes and powerful haunches, these majestic animal sculptures are cast in quality designer resin with a faux stone finish to replicate English manor original sculptures. Exclusive to Design Toscano, a pair of lions flanking an entryway, fireplace or garden walk elevates any destination to the next level of distinction in home dcor. Shown with our Large Classic Statuary Plinth: 15"Wx14½"Dx15"H. 18 lbs.
12½"Wx10"Dx21"H. 19 lbs.
andquot;Mansfield Manor Lion Sentinelandquot; Statue: Set of Two is rated 3.3 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from GReat look....could have been a little cheaper, but very happy with product! I am an art teacher in the Chicago suburbs. I plan to paint the lions similar to the Art Institute lions....a greenish/teal aged patina look. I have them in my front hallway on two pedestals. Behind the pedestals is a gallery of art hanging on the chocolate covered wall. Very classy and artful look. As i mentioned earlier, could have been a little cheaper but, I am happy with the physical product. I am going for the Art Institute look---however, there is no need to paint them. They look nice "as is" with a soft, grey stone finish.
Date published: 2017-01-15
Rated 3 out of 5 by from much shorter and smaller than what they look like online. Not big at all. Thought lions would be taller, and bigger than online
Date published: 2016-11-02
Rated 3 out of 5 by from The product have great Frazier When ordering this one particulars item I expected more like a lot heavier and thought the lions would be facing the opposite direction of one another. But other then that I like the lion statute and use them near my electric fire place as a display
Date published: 2016-03-14
Rated 2 out of 5 by from The description does not emphasize lions both face same way The description of the item is not as clear as it should be; in no way does it emphasize that these two lions both face the same way, not the traditional (and usually what is sought after) lions with one facing right and one left. So I have two lions facing the same way, which is OK, but not really what I wanted. They are OK.
Date published: 2015-11-12
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