Condition: This sculpture is in perfect condition.
Bronze Dimensions with Marble Base:
Height 8" X Width 15"
Marble Dimensions:Diameter 15"
Height without base: 7"
Weight : 23 LBS
Inventory : 3859K06983 Sale@
A fierce battle has broken out between two known killers. Reptile vs. Wild Cat. A snapping alligator and a prowling cheetah. Venomous enemies, they are locked in a fight to the death. The alligator, a large reptile that lives near water, has thick scaly skin, powerful jaws, a long tail is nowhere near surrender. That strong whipping tail is coiled around the cheetah’s neck. If you poke a finger in its wide open, snarling mouth, you can feel the jagged edges of the toothed jaw mainly used for gripping or crushing. The fast African wild cat: a large member of the cat family with a spotted coat, small head, slender body, and long legs that is the fastest land mammal, digs its claws into the alligator’s back. Unfazed by the alligator’s snapping jaws and choking tail, the cheetah clamps its blood-thirsty teeth into its tail. The relaxed demeanor of the cheetah, sitting with its hind legs beneath it and tail resting on one paw, tells us who’s winning this fight. 100% Handmade and fully detailed brown patina with touches of gold, using the Lost wax Method. It is mounted on a wide round black marble base and signed Barye .