Shabby Chic Sculpture(38 items)
Welcome to the Shabby Chic Sculpture Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Shabby Chic Sculpture
Big, White & Beautiful
I bought this for maple wood open shelves with light beige colored walls. It was too white so I placed it on different shelves with dark wood backing. It is very white. Also it is tall so check your measurements if you are going to place on a shelf. But most of all it is really unique and beautiful and I am so glad I purchased it.
Made Resi Pastika Wood sculptures and statuettes
"I am happy to see that my children do not have to experience the same economic problems I encountered. Their lives are better, full of smiles."
Long-time NOVICA wood sculptor Made Pastika recently passed away after a short illness. His wife, Ni Made Resi, intends to carry on his artistic legacy.
“My name is Ni Made Resi, and I was born in 1969 in Gianyar. I learned about wood sculpture... read more
Popular Shabby Chic Sculpture
Ceramic figurine, "Angel from San Pedro Sacatepeq"$119.99
Strumming a golden harp, an angel spreads feathery wings. The celestial creature wears the traditional attire of San Pedro Sacatepéquez. Monica de Castellanos paints each detail by hand, and signs the lovely figurine with her nickname, "Moni."
Hand Carved Albesia Wood Rooster Statuette, "Sitting Rooster"$27.99
This hand painted rooster from Bali's Togog Suyasa will make you want to crow. Crafted from local albesia wood, the rooster is hand carved with movable legs and wings, then finished with a bright blue tail for an extra punch of color.
Signed Brazilian Favela Sculpture in Recycled Wood, "Hillside Homes"$89.99
Apartment houses rise almost vertically in a bright vision of a Brazilian favela. Exploring the sights of Rio de Janeiro, Arnaldo de Moraes recycles wood to create this hand-painted signature sculpture. Fabric sheets hang from a rooftop clothesline.
Hand-Carved Rustic Sese Wood Fish Sculpture from Ghana, "Opportunistic Fish"$79.99
Leaping out of the water, this charming fish will make the perfect addition to your home or beach cottage. Ghanaian artisan Awudu Saaed hand-carves this sculpture from sese wood, painted in tones of brown and blue. A clay rub gives the sculpture a rustic finish.