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SKU: YT6802
Pirate Skeleton Statue
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Plunge into the realms of a swashbuckler and set sail with this new Pirate Captain statue. Beautifully sculpted and cast in high quality resin, this rugged skeleton Captain is weathering the storm at the helm. Remarkable craftsmanship has captured the fine detailed features and you will be amazed by its vivid, unique coloring. This hand-painted piece of art, takes extensive time to create with meticulous attention to detailing and stands over 8 inches tall.

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A PIRATES LIFE - THE LIVING DEADNobleWares Image of Pirate Statue - Captain at the Helm 6802 YTC Summit
Piracy was described for the first time, among others, in Homer's The Iliad and The Odyssey. For a great many years there remained no unambiguous definition of piracy. Norse riders of the 9th and 11th century AD were not considered pirates but rather, were called "Danes" or "Vikings". Another popular meaning of the word in medieval England was "sea thieves". The meaning of the word pirate most closely tied to the contemporary was established in the XVIII century AD. This definition dubbed pirates "outlaws" whom even persons who were not soldiers could kill. Because civilized societies great disdain for Pirates and their lawless ways, one might consider the hazardous life of the Pirate a life for the Living Dead.

Height: 8 1/8"
Width: 3 1/2"
Depth: 5 1/4"
Weight: 1 lbs
Material: Heavy Cold Cast Resin
Hand Painted Quality Detail
Felt Lined Base
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