Animals (except animals that are in the category of nativity figures) are always measured by the size of the longer side.
For example, in the case of a horse or a cow, the indication of e.g. 20 cm is not the height but the width, as this is the longer side.
For an owl / eagle, etc., e.g. 20 cm is the height, because this is the longer side.
|natural||stained 3 shades||color|
|The figure is left in its natural state after carving.||The wooden figure is painted with several (2-3) different tones of wax stain and then sealed and polished with buffalo wax.||The carved figure is pre-treated with a nitro lacquer, then hand-painted with oil paint.|
|color antique||color antique with gold||watercolor|
|After carving, the sculpture is primed with chalk ground, then painted in antique style.||The sculpture is primed with a chalk ground, and then painted in antique style.||The figure is subtly painted with water-based paints.|