Japanese Hannya Mask Antique White from Edge Sculpture by Matt Buckley
Japanese Hannya Mask Antique White from Edge Sculpture by Matt Buckley

Japanese Hannya Mask - Antique White

Regular price £185.00
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Traditionally designed in clay by our local sculptor Matt Buckley, then hand-cast from a special blend of marble stone and hand-painted in studios here in Shropshire: 

  • height 14"
  • height including metal base 20.5"
  • length 10.5"
  • depth 6"

      FREE UK MAINLAND DELIVERY on orders over £99

      For orders £99 and below there is a standard delivery charge (UK mainland) of £5.95.

      From 1 January 2021 shipping will only be available to mainland UK, Northern Ireland (£19.95) and the Isle of Man (£14.95) - unfortunately we're no longer able to offer shipping to the Channel Islands or the EU.

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      phone:   01952 56 6000
      email:    artworxgallery@gmail.com



      Matt Buckley is the Creative Director and designer of the stunning Edge Sculpture range.

      He initially sketches then sculpts each new piece out of clay. Each design perfectly blends structure with strength to produce a prototype full of charm and character.


      This original sculpture is then used to create a rubber mould. Marble resin is poured into the mould which is then lowered into a vacuum chamber to remove unwanted air bubbles.

      Once cured and properly hardened, the cast is carefully removed to reveal the first white sample.


      After unwanted mould lines have been removed, the sample is levelled and sand-blasted in order to give it a slight key.

      It is then painted to produce a master against which all future production sculptures will be compared.

      A masterpiece has been created.