A marker of the Royal Welch Fusiliers – all Regimental goats wore a headplate. Cast in cold cast resin and has a bronze effect patination. The headplate measures 8” x 4” and is adhered to a wooden plinth measuring 10.5” x 5”. On the back there is hardware for optional wall hanging.
This statuette has been casted by artist Darius Sirmulevicius of Regimental Statuette Manufactures in Lincolnshire, England. Darius joined the company in 1997 and worked alongside veteran Bob Rowe until his retirement in 2014. Upon Bob’s retirement, Darius has taken over the company with his wife Anne and is now the sole caster and sculpture.
This item was made in the UK.
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