The International Unique Collections presents you with a fine sculpture of dog breeds by Border FINE ARTS famous for their quality
OUR LOYAL FRIENDS. Dog: the guard, the friend, the companion. Do you know how much better a dog can smell from a man? One hundred times better. Do you know how much better a dog can hear from a man? Sixteen times better. No need to ask. You certainly know how more loyal a dog is from a man? Infinite. Gifted and cute, the dog has fairly won the heart of the people and the circle of friends is growing. A stroke from the master, a gaze from the dog, are expressions of the most ingenuous love. It has always been so. However, never was man so attached to the dog, never was the dog so close to the man, as today. Now the dog is not the guard, the hunter, the friend. It is the companion! The International Unique Collections presents you with a fine sculpture of dog breeds by Border FINE ARTS famous for their quality and detail, in the whole world, from 1974. It was then that John Hammond, the founder of the company, realized that the foggy and peaceful landscapes of Border in Scotland, was the ideal setting to work and create. Coincidence that in Border he met simple people, his future co-workers, that had the same desire for creativity. Today the awarded sculptures of Border FINE ARTS, handmade, have won the interest of the collectors. See from close up the masterpieces whose details make them seem alive. Maybe one of them looks like your dog. Notice their eyes that look at you straight in the eye and remember that communication takes place when the dog and the master look directly into each other’s eyes. You will love them for sure, even though they donΆt wag their tail. Lambrador Country of origin: New Land Shore Canada. A large size hunting dog that brings the game in and out of the water. It has short and shinny hair, waterproof and blondish. It has very sharp smell and therefore it is a tought hunter. Polite, calm and smar, it loves children and it makes a faithful pet and guard. It is often used by the police and by the blind. It was used in both World Wars to locate bombs. It is very popular.