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Silver Punda Milia

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Swahili for zebra, punda milia literally means donkey with stripes. The zebra is the horse lover’s African favorite. The single zebra is a beautiful depiction in polished silver with a hint of black stripes. Since they are often seen standing … Continue reading

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Silver Twiga

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Doug designed this reticulated giraffe with the spots depressed to bring a highly polished finish to the surface showing the beauty of the silver. It is seen flushing out the blue helmeted guinea fowl as it runs gracefully along. Size: … Continue reading

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Silver Tembo

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The African elephant is one of Doug’s favorites of all animals in the world. Tembo, its Swahili name, depicts an African bull elephant. This piece is cast in .999 fine silver. Size: 12.5H x 15L x 10D Price: Please Inquire … Continue reading

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Silver Hatari

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Hatari, meaning Danger in Swahili, is the perfect name for this creation, the endangered Black Rhino. There are very few left in the world today with the largest concentration in the Ngorongoro Crater in Tanzania, which Doug visits annually. This … Continue reading

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Silver Grooming Time

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The leopard is seldom seen grooming by the casual observer. Doug has spent hours of observation to experience the leopard in all his moods. There is a modern feeling to this fine silver piece with its high-polish finish. Size: 9H … Continue reading

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Silver High Altai Argali

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This impressive argali is the largest wild sheep with the heaviest horns of any sheep in the world. It lives in the Asian Altai Mountains of Siberia and Mongolia. Here Doug has shown it running down a precipice with silver … Continue reading

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Silver Water of Life

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A realistic but modern sculpture of the common Burchill’s Zebra. The punda milia, its swahili name, is another of Doug’s African favorites. With the highly polished silver, dark accents for the stripes, and a sculpted relief of two zebras drinking … Continue reading

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Silver Woolly Mammoth

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The mammoth mysteriously disappeared many years ago, but Doug’s creation has brought him back to life for modern times. The monument version of this sculpture was gifted to Dave McCoy, founder of Mammoth Mountain Ski Area in Mammoth Lakes, California, … Continue reading

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Silver Nyati Mkubwa

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One of the Big Five most dangerous animals of Africa is the impressive and powerful African Cape Buffalo. Usually seen surrounded by the movement of birds, the delicate and graceful egrets set off its massive form. Size: 11H x 21L … Continue reading

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Country Crossing

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The migrations of the elk herd through central Colorado inspired this design, with the elk on the dropped antler. This sculpture was originally created as an entrance for a ranch in Snowmass, Colorado that lies in the path of a … Continue reading

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