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The Offering Wall Sculpture
Strong hands seem to emerge mysteriously from your wall when you add this strikingly sculpted piece to your collection. Cast in quality designer resin and hand-painted in a realistic flesh tone, our Toscano exclusive “handily” holds bath towels, soap, candles, jewelry—or even your remote controls!

11"Wx8"Dx3½"H. 2 lbs.
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The Offering Wall Sculpture
Was: $35.00
Now: $29.95
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unusual and interesting conversation piece This item was for a christmas gift. It arrived on time and very well packaged. I loved the idea of the hands holding something and it looks so different from everything else. Great gift for a male. January 15, 2014
Great for cell phones and ipods Perfect way to get kids to put up their phones in the evening and know that they are in good hands. Don't have to look on tables, desks or shelves this way. August 10, 2012
Don't expect the color in the picture! The hands I received are GRAY. Not an attractive color to mimic skin. They look unfinished. Luckily, I'm an artist and plan on giving them a paint job with a crackle finish. April 25, 2012
Product is of poor quality The product was made very poorly, full of air holes and was a bad pour that weakened the hands at the wrist where they broke before they were ever hung. February 19, 2012
This is an excellent product i love this product very much I am a big hand person and this works, i will be ordering more. December 8, 2011
bad paint job i just opened the box that was delivered to me i found out one of the fingers has a blue color on it.. bad paint job i just emailed toscano customer service, requesting for the manufacturer's contact number to inform them of this problem took a picture as PROOF otherwise, i kinda like it.. i put my small wallets with keys on it its different, its cute, just needs to IMPROVE on the paint job.. that's all =) December 3, 2011
What you see is not what you get... I received two of these and both look like hands that were digging in mud. Not what you would expect from the picture even in zoom view. A disappointment.... May 8, 2008
I've received so many compliments on this sculpture. It's a real focal point and I never have to go looking for my keys anymore. Very lifelike in person, I LOVE it. January 11, 2008
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