The piece you may have in your
collection might be a resin casting made from a mould (by the thousands)
and not of much collector value.
A simple test to determine if it is a form of resin or plastic is to heat (red hot) up a pin and push it into the bottom of the piece in question. If the pin does melt its way into the material then it definitely is NOT soapstone. Another test is to scrape some material from the bottom of the piece, if it is soapstone it should have no odour and feel like talcum powder, slippery to the touch.
If you wish to get a quotation
on replacing your copy with a real soapstone piece then please send me
a photo and a description of it in an e-mail.
Not to be confused with other so
called 'wolf originals' being sold on the Net, e-bay and elsewhere, Jim's
sculptures are not resin or fake soapstone castings!
These are each hand sculpted, one of a kind, wolf sculptures in genuine soapstone, each signed and dated by the artist.
'Singing in the rain'
This beautiful wolf sculpture is
14 inches tall and completely one piece, including the rock she's sitting
This is a hand sculpted, one of
a kind, original wolf sculpture done by Jim in genuine Brazilian soapstone,
signed and dated by the artist.
A lone wolf named Dakota, howling in the early morning mist.
Sculpted in a beautiful Brazilian soapstone, 10 inches tall.
Taka, the youngest wolf, joins in with the pack during an evening howl.
Sculpted in a beautiful Brazilian soapstone, 3 inches tall.
Order a very original Wolf sculpture
Jim will work with you to
ensure that you are more than pleased
with your sculpture, timely delivery and the great price.