Breyer St. Patricks Day Special Irish Horse Paddy W Hunter Show Cut C@@l
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Breyer St. Patricks Day Special Irish Horse Paddy W Hunter Show Cut C@@l:
Paddy St. Patricks Day Web Special 2012 Limited Edition of Only 222!
Created with the same attention to detail, realistic features and quality that have earned Breyer its reputation as the makers of the world's finest model horses!
Portrays the real characteristicsof the Cleveland Bayhorse, who represents the ideal in Hunter Jumpers including his gorgeous Hunter Clip which includes Shamrocks for St. Patricks Day!
A Traditonal Series Horse Measures 12"L x 10"H
Each Breyer model is a work of art. Equine artists painstakingly define and capture each detail; from the technical aspects of bone structure and muscle tone to the more ephemeral aspects of character, mood & expression! The final pieces are cast in steel, then injection molded out of cellulose acetate, and finally hand-painted and airbrushed to attain their realistic appearance. Because as many as 20 different artisans handle each model before it is completed, you can be assured that yours will be a one of a kind work of art!
Brand New and only removed long enough to take these photos!We are happy to combine shipping on multiple items, please just email us.
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