The 16th Century Samurai sculpture is cast in pewter. Each 16th Century Samurai sculpture has a pewter or stone base and rests upon a wooden platform. The wood platforms are generally 2 inches square and 0.5 inch tall with the character name on the platform. Generally, each 16th Century Samurai sculpture weighs roughly around 1 lbs. 2 oz. and comes packaged in its own gift box with foam inserts and a stamped seal certifying that it is from Les Etains Du Graal. Due to some confusion in the past about the position of the statues arm in this picture, his arm is stretched outwards. He is not holding on to his belt. With a head-on photo like this one, sometimes it is hard to tell.
- Great Japanese Warrior Statue or Oriental Figurine
- Highly Detailed Engraving Work
- Made of Pewter
- Makes a Great Collectible or Home Decor Item
- Weight: 1 lbs. 2 oz.
- Height: 5.5 Inches
- Width: 2.5 Inches
- Depth: 3 Inches