Harmony Kingdom Call It A Day Sloth Treasure Jest
Inhabiting the tropical forests of South and Central America, sloths can live for more than ten years, spending nearly their entire existence hanging from trees by their long limbs. To portray suspension, Master Carver Peter Calvesbert left the base completely smooth to suggest nothingness. He says, “I enjoyed carving this box figurine because it fits into my weird and wonderful category, both in look and movement, or should I say lack of movement.”
The slow growth of this animals hair allows algae grow on it giving them a greenish tinge. Its hair is also home to the sloth moth, a flutter of which is depicted in the interior. Each year the female produces a single offspring. Notice the baby sloth tucked between momma’s limbs. Look for the initials L.B., which stand for Leanna Barron, who suggested this piece. Also, look for the signature hidden mouse.
Carving Date: 2004
3" wide, 1.7" long, 3.47" high
As with any hand-tinted product, item received will be similar but unique.