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Gold Vein Male Griffn by Reptangle Gold Vein Male Griffn by Reptangle
This guy is available in a few standard colors in our online store but I paint him lots of different ways for ebay. This one is basic black with delicate gold tracery painted on his rump.

This is a cast gypsum reproduction of my original sculpture produced by Windstone Editions. He is about 9 inches tall, and he has glass eyes.

Here is a link to our ebay listings of the day. This guy was sold already, but you can see what else we got: [link]
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Jagcat89 Jun 18, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Just beautiful. I love the fantasy aspect of your creatures. Very well done! I would buy one if I could.
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Reptangle Jun 19, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
Thank you so much!
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:iconredhead-mandy:
This looks awesome!!!! My dad has one of the originals. I love the way this is painted, just beautiful
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:iconredhead-mandy:
My dad was wondering how much is this black one? And when are you going to re-list it?
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Reptangle Dec 30, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
He does? That is wonderful! It is really neat to find out where these griffins have ended up!
Thank you so much.
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:iconredhead-mandy:
My dad bought it in Germany while he was stationed there, about 10 years ago.
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Reptangle Dec 30, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
In GERMANY?? You are kidding!
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:iconredhead-mandy:
Nope. LOL!!! The griffin was in a clock shop.
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Reptangle Dec 30, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
How the heck did one of my griffins get into a clock shop in Germany?? That is really wild!
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:iconredhead-mandy:
This griffin has been all over the world. We brought him back to the US. I'm telling my dad what you are saying and he thought that it was made and painted in the Germany. He thinks its super cool that I found you on here. He wants to know if you do castles?
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