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Easter Island Moai Monolith Sculpture
Inspired by the 380 A.D. originals weighing more than 10 tons!
Assumed to be depictions of local chiefs, heroes, or gods, the giant statues on Easter Island are some of the world’s most intriguing archeological artifacts. Cast in quality designer resin and finished to look like rough, chiseled stone, this exclusive replica sculpture adds a South Seas accent in your home or garden.

Garden: 12½"Wx13"Dx24½"H. 12 lbs.

Buy two or more "Easter Island Moai Monolith" Garden Sculptures - only $95 each!
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Easter Island Moai Monolith Sculpture: Garden
$99.95
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Easter Island Moai Monolith Sculpture: Garden 4.7 5 4 4
A real attention grabber! Mine is not for the garden, rather it stands sentinel on my desk. Perfect size to peer around my monitor. The envy of the office! December 13, 2013
Always quality products My husband decided there were too many children statues in our yard and ordered the Easter Island sculpture to be a part of the fountain area he had just finished installing. Needless to say it always draws comments !! We are always confident in recommending Toscano to our friends and family. Thank you for your quality and service. April 30, 2013
Great conversion piece I live in Florida, in a beach community, so this guy fits right in. i like unusual items and this caught my eye. Can't comment on the durrability yet since I just got him. Put him on a raised flower bed next to my door. He's fun to look at. No one else has one like it so the questions are "Where did you get that"..I will be buying more items in the future from this company.Fun,fun piece...Worth the money.. February 4, 2012
If you want to add a touch of regal whimsy to a yard, garden, or pool without taking a lot of space, this is just what you're looking forI bought three of these for my backyard, and I love how they look;I replaced three bricks in my circular retaining wall with these, and they fit right in;They look like real, heavy stone, but they are light and easy to move around. I recommend placing them in partial shade or cover, as they do tend to fade a little over time, right on top. November 18, 2010
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