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    I really like that sculpture

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    The sculpture seems to be most appropriate from your description of her. It's lovely too.

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    All are lovely but I think somehow the sculpture is more meaningful, it's really thought provoking !
    You are so thoughtful by the way :-)

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    Out of left field. But try maitland art gallery shop website We recently got my mum 2 coloured glass vases for her 70th. It doesn't look like you can purchase online but they have pictures of items on their website and i am sure they could do postage. Ps i love the sculpture you have chosen.

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    You could also try the Hamlin Fistula Hospital Shop for something different.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amyd View Post
    You could also try the Hamlin Fistula Hospital Shop for something different.
    Thanks - I did look there as I've bought from them before and actually lent my boss the hospital by the river book a while ago! They didn't have quite the right gift in this instance though..

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    Thanks for all the advice - I bought the visitor sculpture today

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    Quote Originally Posted by gingermillie View Post
    Thanks for all the advice - I bought the visitor sculpture today
    Where did you find that? It's beautiful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonja View Post
    Where did you find that? It's beautiful.
    The only place I could find it in Australia was Peters of Kensington, it was $145 for the small version which is 25cm high and comes in many different colours. I got the light grey.

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    Here's a better photo of it IMG_1478660188.807508.jpg


 

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