Miniature Boys' Festival Decorations: May Festival Dolls - Kabuto - In Frame : Nobuko Kameda Complete Painting Non-scale
In-frame series for easy display in your room, entryway or desk
Size (approx): 155mm (W) x 80mm (D) x 115mm (H)
Note: Button battery (CR2032x1) power supply on the bottom. The switch can be used to turn on/off the three LED lights, and the volume can be dimmed by turning it with a precision screwdriver.
The frame can not be removed.
The frame is not removable. Due to the handmade nature of the work, details may vary.
Information compiled by Sakatsu Gallery
A brave helmet decoration is reproduced in miniature within a palm-sized picture frame in the in-frame style of Nobuko Kameda.
The helmets, as well as all the accessories, are all made by hand, giving them a warm and welcoming finish.
This is the perfect palm size for those who find it difficult to store their May dolls. How about a gift for a family with a baby boy?
See more of Nobuko Kameda's work here.
In a small frame, a small world in three dimensions is trapped! This series of dioramas are palm-sized and can be placed anywhere, making them easy to display and enjoy.
The dioramas come in a case, which reduces the risk of dust and damage.
The dioramas come in a case, which reduces the risk of dust and damage, so you can enjoy them for longer. It is also a great gift idea.
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