Patinated bronze, manufactured by the Lost-wax casting technique.
Crows, very intelligent birds, are often considered a bad omen, and are present in many myths and legends. Aesop wrote about them in several of his fables. Also, they appear frequently in Shakespeare’s plays and, finally, one of these birds is the protagonist of the most famous poem by Edgar Allan Poe.
Author: Joseba San Martín
Approximate weight: 1.7 Kg.
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- Rest of world: To consult.
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