• Mini wooden crow, 2011, Mikael nilsson, Mikael nilsson
  • Mini wooden crow, 2011, Mikael nilsson, Mikael nilsson

Mini wooden crow, 2011

Mini wooden crow by Mikael Nilsson.

Mikael Nilsson has produced a miniature version of his perennially popular crow wooden sculptures. Despite its reduced stature, the Mini crow captures the essential personality of this most characterful and intelligent of native birds.

Each wooden crow is unique, hand-carved with an axe and a knife and made from black-stained lime wood.

Born in Linkoping, Sweden, in 1972, Mikael studied Handicraft and Culture at Linkopings University. Of his crow sculptures he says, “I try to give each figure a personality, express a feeling, motion, gesture. I make crows because I like them and would like to have a real one as a friend.”

Please note Due to the hand-made quality of this item, all crows are different. Please enquire for further information.

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Mini wooden crow by Mikael Nilsson.

Mikael Nilsson has produced a miniature version of his perennially popular crow wooden sculptures. Despite its reduced stature, the Mini crow captures the essential personality of this most characterful and intelligent of native birds.

Each wooden crow is unique, hand-carved with an axe and a knife and made from black-stained lime wood.

Born in Linkoping, Sweden, in 1972, Mikael studied Handicraft and Culture at Linkopings University. Of his crow sculptures he says, “I try to give each figure a personality, express a feeling, motion, gesture. I make crows because I like them and would like to have a real one as a friend.”

Please note Due to the hand-made quality of this item, all crows are different. Please enquire for further information.

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Approx. 10-11cmh

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Black-stained lime wood.

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Mikael Nilsson was born in Linkoping, Sweden in 1972 and studied Handicraft and Culture at Linkopings University.

Using an axe and a knife Nilsson carves crows from Limewood stained black. The woods rough appearance lends itself to the appearance of these birds.

“I try to give each figure a personality, express a feeling, motion, gesture. I make crows because I like them and would like to have a real one as a friend”

Mikael Nilsson

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