Metallic Gold Golden Barnacle Cluster Sculpture, for Display, Art, Sea Life/ Coastal Living/ Seashells Home Decor/ Coastal Home Decor/ Metal
This amazing barnacle cluster sculpture is made with real natural barnacles, bonded together and then carefully coated in your choice of gold or silver and includes an acrylic stand. We offer the cluster sculpture in two sizes. (Please choose Size 1 or Size 2 at checkout)
Size 1: Has a bloom of barnacles approx 6-7" x 6-7" in size. The base of the cluster will fit within the 4x3.5" acrylic base(included), but extends upward and tapers outward to a full bloom.
Size 2: Has a bloom of barnacles approx 7-9" x 6-7" in size. The base of the cluster will fit within the 4x6" acrylic base(included), but extends upward and tapers outward to a full bloom.
Measurements are approx as each barnacle sculpture is created by hand and will vary.
We offer several listings of our Natural Purple Barnacle Clusters with a huge range in sizes! They are available as small as 3" to as large as 20" and are all available in your choice of natural, silver and gold. See our other listings or convo us for details. Please contact us is you are interested in having us create a base for your sculpture!!
Please note: LovingCoastalLiving is a small, home based business with a big collection & passion for coastal living! We love what we do & enjoy sharing our handcrafted creations & decor, as well as our extensive shell & sea life collection, vintage estate treasures, & more 'good stuff' with others. Our regularly stocked items generally take 3-5 days to process & our handcrafted items can take up to 1-2 weeks to be completed. A little piece of our soul goes into every order packaged, and we hope you find joy & beauty in every item you purchase. Thank you for shopping with us & allowing us to share our passion with you!
The 'good stuff' reference is dedicated to our owner's, Lynnette Stirling's, late grandfather, Papa Tractor. 'Good Stuff' was his name pick for her first shop. He always said no matter what she did, as long as it had 'good stuff' she'd never have to change the name of the business.