There are many ways to show the appearance of the bronze tiger statue. The whole body of this Bronze tiger statue is golden and shiny. There are also black and white stripes, restoring the real image of the tiger. The tail bent freely to the ground, and the tiger squatted, raising a paw. The hair on its cheeks is golden, which perfectly complements the overall image. The bronze tiger statue’s eyes and sharp claws are all the details we show.
Life-size or custom-made depends on your preference.
Lost-wax casting process.
Generally soft and waterproof plastic inside, wooden cases/ iron box for outside.
This Bronze tiger statue has a majestic expression, looks at it, and shows a kind of domineering, implying that your status and achievements have suddenly taken a qualitative leap. It is completely different from the past, and the changes are as great as a mouse turning a tiger. Bronze tiger statue is created using bronze material. Bronze is a great invention in human history and the earliest alloy in the history of metal casting. Bronze became popular immediately after it was invented, and mankind entered the Bronze Age from then on. Bronze tiger statue bronze material, as a kind of alloy, contains 97% bronze and 3% zinc. Bronze does not rust like iron and is hardly weather-resistant. It has the characteristics of low melting point, high hardness, strong plasticity, and bright color. It is very suitable for casting. The surface of the Bronze tiger statue uses a patina chemical coloring process to better express the sense of mystery and age. It is a rare masterpiece.
Bengal tiger sculpture
Wide application of Bronze tiger statue:
We all know that the tiger has an innate character “king” on its forehead, coupled with the tiger’s mighty and powerful image, so people call it the “king of beasts”. At a very early time, tigers and humans established a close living relationship, which made the primitive people of all countries have a kind of worship complex for tigers. In the fields of language, poetry, literature, statue, painting, novels, opera, folklore, and broader folklore, myths, stories, nursery rhymes, and other traditional cultural fields, the image of the Bronze tiger statue is ubiquitous and has become an indispensable part of art civilization.