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Size: 7 x 5 x 3 cm
3 x 2 x 1 in
Weight: 0 kg / 1 lb
A laconic abstract sculpture with the outlines of a four-legged animal, in which the viewer recognizes the cow thanks to the only emphasized detail in the work. Milk is the primary basis of the life cycle of mammals. The udder forms the focus of attention and appears as a symbol of milk, the substance that feeds life itself.
The Milk piece is made of cacholong, also known as pearl opal, a milky white stone composed of a mixture of quartz, chalcedony and porcelain opal.