Howdy, paw-tners! Hold on to your hat, cowboys and cowgirls, Bristol’s slice of the Wild West has rolled into town.
Yee-haw! It’s what you’ve all been waiting for. The Wensleydale Kid Wallace figurine is here to keep law and order in your collection.
You’ll remember The Wensleydale Kid sculpture from the Gromit Unleashed 2 trail. This hooting-tooting cowboy was located at the Clifton Observatory, with a fantastic view of Bristol’s iconic Clifton Suspension Bridge.
This spanner-slinging Wallace was designed by children’s book illustrator Paula Bowles, inspired by the retro cowboy look of the 1950s. If you look closely, you’ll see the small trusty spanner detail in Wallace’s holster.
It’s time for this cowboy to hang up his spurs and find a new place to roam. Give this cheesy lone ranger a home.
Boxed resin Wallace figurine
Size guidance approximate:
- Width: 22.5cm
- Height: 20.7cm
- Depth: 14cm
Delivery within mainland UK : £3.95.
Spend over £50 and qualify for free delivery.
Click & Collect is available to members of our Collectors Club.
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