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The zoo is a collection of sculptures that are inspired by Indian mythology and by exotic animals that are indigenous to India. Each animal is hand sculpted and reinterpreted into unconventionally angular and geometrical pieces of art. The most auspicious of all, the elephant is a symbol of good luck and fortune in India. Associated with wisdom, loyalty and longevity, the structural marble sculpture is handcrafted in assorted Indian marbles. The saluting elephant makes a great objet d'art as it stands tall, wise and strong. Also available in cast metals and moulded fiber.

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Product Specifications


Length 27.94 cm (11”)
Width 11.43 cm (4.50”)
Height 25.4 cm (10”)

Product material

Cast Brass / Hand Carved Marble

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The Maker


The Koy collection is a playful interlude of rich craftsmanship, elemental beauty, and everyday objects. Founded by architect and designer, Kunaal Seolekar, the brand draws on its eclectic heritage combining global influences with traditional Indian materials. The brand’s hybrid identity is inspired partly by the philosophy of the Koi Fish (said to have influenced the ubiquitous Yin & Yang symbol of universal balance) and partly from a re-imagined colourful world of emotion.

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