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Commission Your Own Pebblesaur

Commission Your Own Pebblesaur

Regular price £30.00 GBP
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Bring a little natural history into your home! Commission your favourite prehistoric creature into one of my pebble artworks created with Devonian slate from Whitsand Bay in Cornwall (UK). Get in touch with what dinosaur or creature you want me to create for you!

They are available in three sizes:

- Extra small (4"x6") - can be normal black frame or frame with chain.

- Small (5"x7")

- Medium (8"x10")

Each piece is swimming with natural history as well as being a one of a kind dinosaur artwork. Cornish slate of the Devonian period predates the first dinosaurs of the Triassic by over 100 million years (longer than the time which separates us from the dinosaurs!) and was a period known as the 'age of fishes'. Strange, large fish, such as Dunkleosteus and Hyneria, roamed the seas before they became extinct during the mass extinction at the end of the era. The Devonian period is named after Devon (the county next to Cornwall) where the rock was first studied.

Created by a dinophile for dinophiles! This is the perfect gift for dinosaur and natural history fanatics of any age. It could look amazing anywhere: from your living room to your child's bedroom to sitting on a desk in your office. This would fit perfectly on a shelf or desk, or hung on the wall in a little space. There are hooks on the back so it is able to hang and a stand so it can sit on any surface. These frames do not contain glass.

The pebble art is signed on the front with the species name and rock location.

Shipping in the UK is 2nd class (can be upgraded to 1st class signed for) and elsewhere they are International Tracked. If you are interested in purchasing one from a country I haven't listed then please contact me and I can see how I can get it safely to you!

*Keep in mind that all computer monitors display colour differently, so your artwork may differ slightly in colour from the image you see onscreen.*

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