American Patriotic Eagle Sculpture with Two Crossed US Flags

by interior designer

in Decorative Art

Today is the Fourth of July, which is better known as US Independence Day. What better gift for a patriotic American on this wonderful day than this delightful patriotic eagle sculpture as seen in the image below. As the fireworks, parties and celebrations sound out around your local area, this sculpture will be an instant reminder of the noble values and precious constitution the United States holds and embodies.

The patriotic eagle sculpture which comes with two crossed “Stars and Stripes” flags, is ideal for an American patriot of any age range and will fit nicely on a table-top, shelf, bookcase or office desk. Whether you’re buying a gift for a family member, friend or co-worker, or even for yourself, this patriotic American sculpture will make the perfect present. The decorative art combined with the immense symbolism, makes it a stunning piece to look at and gaze upon.

The United States of America gained its independence from Great Britain on July 4th 1776 and has since become the sole superpower and shining beacon of democracy, liberty and progress from which the world has gained inspiration, and indeed, help and safety.

This alabastrite (a type of resin) eagle sculpture need not be hidden away after the first week of July. It’s a symbol of American patriotism for the whole year round and can take pride of place in a living room, dining room or whichever room you deem it suitable for. The eagle has long been the emblem of the United States of America, ever since 1782, when it was chosen due to its power, majesty and strength. It also represents freedom and thus is never far away from the flag, nor to forget, being present also on Great Seal of the United States.

You can buy this sculpture from here: American Patriotic Eagle Sculpture with Two Crossed US Flags.

Wood base. 7 x 4 ¼ x 7 3/8 inches high.

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