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Lioness of Namibia Statue
by artist Samuel Lightfoot
Transform your home or garden into an exotic paradise with our regal lioness, known the world over as the pinnacle of hunting prowess. Captured in quality designer resin and hand-painted in naturalistic tones, Lightfoot s big cat sculpture will stretch languidly atop your mantel, garden wall or outdoor tree branch. This Toscano-exclusive sculpture includes two keyhole slots for secure attachment anywhere!

29"Wx12"Dx19"H. 10 lbs.
Lioness of Namibia Statue
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Impressive detail. We use this on top of one of our luxury cat boarding facility enclosures. Customers are impressed and comment on it. It helps create a theme along with our other "Lion's Den" decor. The paw pads are just one example of attention to detail. This is artistically done and well done. Worth the money. January 12, 2014
Nice, a bit overpriced I like how it sits on the top of my bookcase. Not crazy about the coloring. The eagle by Samuel Lightfoot that my husband has is a much nicer piece. January 12, 2014
Very Nice Much better than expected. Not as big as I thought it would be but still a great piece. August 11, 2013
Fooled our neighbors! This gorgeous lioness lazes on top of the backyard play house. We had to convince our neighbors it was a statue! August 9, 2013
Fantastic This a wonderful piece! We get so many comments, always a smile! August 9, 2013
Beautiful This lioness is beautiful but like other reviewers stated she is large. I measured before buying her so I was expecting the length, but she is big all around. Therefore I didn't put her where I was planning to. She is very realistic looking. so glad I bought her. August 5, 2013
Very realistic !! I really love this statue. My neighbor thought it was real. Nice size. I have it in my back yard on a small porch. July 25, 2013
Looks real Love the lion, However fades rather quickly during the first season I had it other. I have had it a couple years now and she is almost an off white. I do store it indoors during the winter months. January 16, 2013
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