New Mini Statues & Bookends

I'm excited about the new statuary I've added to my store - perfect classic accents for your miniature dens and libraries! Shakespeare, Beethoven, Lincoln, and Washington, all handpainted and ready to grace your mini desktop. Or if Egyptology is your thing, then check out the tiny golden Sphinxes or Egyptian Cat Goddess bookends. I've also added some new Lincoln bookends (no photos yet), new books (including The Weary Blues by Langston Hughes, pictured below), and new Christmas minis.



And don't forget, there's still one more day to get entered for the drawing to win a $15 shopping spree at TreeFeathers Miniatures!

6 comments:

Jodi said...

WOW those are pretty neat....how heavy are they? I can see making earrings out of them...or other jewelry... "Literary Artwares'!!!

Cool

Jodi

TreeFeathers said...

Thanks, Jodi. The larger statuettes might be too heavy for earrings, they're all cast metal, but the little ones might work for that!

Sunny Sunflower Miniatures said...

The statues and bookends are wonderful. I can't tell any difference between the minis in the phots and life-sized items!

And thank you for following my little blog!

Best,
Mary, of the U.S.

Jemjoop said...

Love your new stuff, off to check out your shop!

http://miniaturista-minisypx.blogspot.com/ said...

He pasado un rato muy agradable viendo tus minis.
Un abrazo
Maite

miniaturist59 said...

One word: LOVE!!!

 

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