Dimensions:10.2" x 10.2" x 1.6" (H x W x D) 26cm x 26cm x 4cm
Weight:2.4lbs (1.1 Kg)
The Nandy Duke, discovered on Venus in 1919 by discredited biologist, Sir Hubert Remington Nandy is famed for its vivid pink skin pigment and delicately subtle patterning.
Quite the show-off, this skittery little tike is like in many ways to Earth's own pompous exhibitionists, the butterflies.
Flittering and gliding from bough to branch, these sordid sky sluts seem to be mocking us from on high with their oh-so pretty patterns and colouration.
Yes, very important I'm sure, 'look at me - I'm oh so exquisitely pretty and perfect, fluttering majestically through the air like Trampy McWind Prostitute!' they seem to cry.
Well not this one anyway. It's dead.
Who's flaunting its flappy bits now Mrs. Nandy Duke?
But that shouldn't matter to you, because 50 of these preposterously rare beasties have been secured and presented for your appraisal within a finely wrought wooden frame, against a supremely high quality art paper stock.
Art directed by Greg Broadmore, Sculpted by Jamie Beswarick
Hand painted by Dordi Moen