A Hard Day's Night
Master Carver Peter Calvesbert was having an artistic dilemma. Should he carve a walrus or gorilla? He had just walked his son Sam to school and stopped in the local newsagent to buy his usual wildlife magazine when fate took a hand. The magazine included five pages of fantastic pictures, many of them showing the walruses squashed together. So, consequently, he decided to explore what could happen if the icecaps do melt and the habitat of these large marine mammals shrinks even more.
There are many secret carved onto this detailed Treasure Jest and, within the box figurine is a walrus concerned about his weight trying to eat five portions of fruit and vegetables, something Peter generally fails to manage unless one classifies chocolate biscuits as a fruit.
Carving Date: 2006
2.5" wide, 2.25" long and 2.75" high
Fixed Edition - Retired
As with any hand-painted product, item received will be similar but unique.