Crash Landing Flying Saucer Alien Spacecraft Statue
We love our USO
It's a really an Unidentifiable Stationary Object in our front yard. Living in New Mexico and having seen one selling in a shop in Roswell (for ugh, $800) we fell in love with it and were so glad to find it at a much better price direct. Very cool looking piece and unique too. Solar spot lights (one with a green gel) make our USO look evenb better at night. Only out in the NM winter a month or so, time will tell how well it stands up. But so far, we just love it.
February 1, 2015
Gave up The Ghost After 1 Year Outside
After one year outside under my tree, this wonderful statue which we've enjoyed constantly has formed an opening crack along the very top edge. For the price I paid, I expected more than one year's life expectancy on this item. The paint has stood up to the test of time, but a crack?
For visual appeal, this item is worth the price---if it didn't crack in the 1st year.
July 26, 2014
Never Fails To Surprise!
I wanted to put in a pond, but decided on a blue rock "lake". There are many delightful figures in my "lake" and "islands", though my crashed UFO from Toscano never fails to surprise and bring a smile to my visitors faces. I placed it so it is almost invisible to the eye when entering my back yard (sideways), but when walking into the patio and into the yard, it becomes visible. I love whimsy in my yard, and the UFO addition is the icing on the cake!
July 2, 2013