Sandicast German Shepherd Original Size Figurine-Sitting

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Hand-cast and hand-painted lifelike sculpture of your . Crafted by world-renowned artist , these beautiful and make a wonderful addition to any home. The perfect gift for the dog lover in your life.
$ 44.99
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