To Catch A Thief - Robber Crab
Peter is often asked where his ideas come from and typically he will answer “I don’t remember.” But this time, he does. He dreamed about the robber crab and took it as a sign to carve one.
The interior portrays a crab in a life preserver, as the adult adapts to life on land and will drown in water. It is thought they can live for fifty years, if they can avoid man for that long. Perhaps one reason for their early demise is that they are considered an aphrodisiac by island peoples.
Original Carving Date: 2010
Fixed Edition of 300
2" wide, 2.75" long, 2" high
Made in England
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