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SculptureCiti® Studio specialize in life-size decorative sculpture art. We create wall carvings, outdoor and indoor statues to customer's design. We make large plaques, bass-relief art, fountains, waterfalls and monuments for your home, garden and office. We make replicas of famous artists and sculpturs in sandstone and bronze >> more..
 
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Wall Carving
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Euro Dragon
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Bass-Relief
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Custom Statue

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Architecturals
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Religious Art
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Classic Items
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Stone Columns

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Water Woman
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Stone Dragon
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Coat of Arms
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Lion Carving

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