These handmade, freestanding African sculptures are are welded outside of Nairobi using recycled oil drums and scrap metal. Each crane is handcrafted from the ground up and exhibits its own unique characteristics.
The sculptures can be displayed inside or outside of the home and are one-of-a-kind.
Measures 20"L x 9"W x 46"T. Size may vary slightly.
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Moses and his small workshop of craftsmen build their own welding machines out of copper coil, tape, steel rod, and a sheet metal housing in order to create these spectacular, metal works of art. Moses began his artistic career making furniture, but quickly switched to sculpture after an interested European buyer created a demand for his works abroad.
A single crane sculpture can often be shipped in an over-sized box and in most cases will require additional shipping costs, depending on where you live. If you do place an order for one, we will contact you with the additional shipping costs.
Shipping for multiple sculptures requires a pallet and starts at $200. We only charge the actual shipping costs and do not charge for "handling" on our end. If shipping costs less than $200, we will charge you less.
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These are not available for international shipping.