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Staverden Castle Peacock on an Urn Garden Statue
By artist Henk van der Eljk
White peacocks have been kept at the Netherlands Staverden Castle since the year 1400 when the Duke of Gueire lent his lavish forest home only under the condition that it still keeps white peacocks to provide feathers for his helmet. The peacock feathers are now presented annually to the Commissioner of the Queen in Gelderland. Sculpted atop a gloriously arched urn, this proud peacock statue was sculpted almost a yard high and cast in quality designer resin in an antique stone finish.
15"Wx11"Dx34"H. 12 lbs.