Watercolor painting depicting a grouping of three zebras, drinking at a waterhole; Signed and dated L G Howard ’97. Zebras are highly social animals, staying together in families or harems which may join other groups to form herds, sometimes in the tens of thousands. Their stripes are a bit of a mystery, no one quite knows why they have them and of course there are lots of theories. The stripes are almost like fingerprints, each animal’s stripe pattern is different even though their overall pattern may be similar for a particular region and herd group. Just like human fingerprints, a zebra’s stripe pattern is unique to the individual. Measures: 20 x 15; framed: 27.5 x 23.5 x 1.5.
A Stunning Classic stylized Retro Leaf brooch pin set with clear marquis-cut and rectangular-cut Swarovski Crystals; signed KRAMER of NEW YORK. So Beautiful in real!...View full product details
Stand-out Black and White Necklace featuring a combination of Celluloid Beads, Seed Beads, Tubular black beads embedded with a circle of rhinestones, a Disco Ball...View full product details