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Wood ornaments, 'Flying Elves' (set of 4)

Item # 47500
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Dressed in green leaves and wearing green caps, these flying elves are magical messengers. Made Sarna sculpts the fanciful creatures from albesia wood, meticulously painting the details by hand. The set of four ornaments arrives in a gift box of rice paper and raffia.

The wings are detached for shipping. Made in Indonesia.

  • Some assembly required
  • Ornaments (4):
       3.2" H x 5.7" W x 3.9" D
    Disassembled:
       2.6" H x 5.7" W x 1.0" D
    Box:
       3.0" H x 9.4" W x 6.7" D
  • Weight: 0.2 lb
  • Albesia wood
  • Offered in partnership with NOVICA, in association with National Geographic.

Ships directly from our partner office in Indonesia. Please allow 10 to 21 days for delivery. This item is not available for express shipping and cannot be delivered to PO Boxes or APO/FPO.

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Artisan: Made Sarna

Artisan Made Sarna Balinese artisan Made Sarna began painting in 1978. 'Nine years later, I met Bill Paradise, an American designer and businessman. He helped me develop techniques to color wood, and my skills in art made it easier to learn to carve. Eventually, I decided to open a shop of my own ñ a place to work and display my art. For most of my artwork, I enjoy combining traditional Indonesian cultural elements with modern design.' Made Sarna's masks have been featured in Time Magazine.

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