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Excalibur Sculptural Opener/Desk Accessory
The Lady of the Lake is credited with having bestowed the legendary sword Excalibur upon King Arthur, raising a single arm from the depths of her watery dwelling to do so. Our artist has ingeniously crafted the moment into an exquisitely fashioned, metal letter opener set in an ornately sculpted, quality designer resin holder. Give this Toscano-exclusive executive gift to yourself or another who enjoys the rich romance of Arthurian legend.

3½"Wx3"Dx10"H. 1 lb.

Buy two or more Excalibur Opener/Desk Accessories - only $14.95 each!
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CL4118
Excalibur Sculptural Opener/Desk Accessory
$17.95
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Excellent product I gave this as a gift to a medieval armor enthusiast, and he loved it! It was well made and a great value for the price. January 1, 2014
Great value for price! Bought this as a birthday gift for a friend and he LOVED it. It's useful and attractive. Many times a product like this at this price has shoddy paint and visible flaws but this piece is on the high end of the quality spectrum. Paint is clean and well done. No unusual visible flaws at all. I highly recommend it and loved my purchase! September 18, 2012
Perfect gift for my husband! This is a nice weighty piece and it has a lot of great deatil. I gave it to my husband for Valentines Day for his desk. It looks so nice that he put it on a table in the living room. February 25, 2012
excalibur sculptural opener/desk accessory This opener/desk accessory was exactly as I expected it would be. Very well made, sturdy, and looks very nice. Its a perfect gift for any man on your list! Also it arrived very quickly the shipping is excellent! December 28, 2011
Larger than I thought it would be. I like the design of this product. My friend will enjoy putting this on his desk at work or at home. D.Diercouff December 8, 2011
As with every item I have purchased from Toscano, the fine craftsmanship and detail on this piece much be experienced to appreciate it. It is functional, well balanced, takes up very little room on my desk, but adds a beautiful touch of elegance and conversation! November 18, 2010
I like this design and concept except I have one question. Is it suppose to represent the Lady of the Lake bringing up the sword from the lake? If so, shouldn't the arm appear feminine in a flowing sleeve rather than an armored one? Either way, it's a nice piece. March 15, 2008
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