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Sooka Crab in polished bronze, Large

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Our large Sooka Crab in polished bronze is a dazzling home décor piece. The bronze has been polished which gives the sculpture its golden glow.

A sophisticated statement piece that lights up any room. The crab stands on its own without a fitted base and can easily be lifted and displayed on any surface in your home or office.

Disclaimer: Shop is based in the Netherlands, duty fees will be charged.


Height: 34cm / 13.4 inches
Width (from left to right): 49cm / 19 inches
Length: 30cm / 13 inches
Weight: 3.5kg / 7.7 pounds


Our bronze sculptures, including this crab in polished bronze, are made from upcycled metals such as old pipelines. Our craftsmen and women collect this scrap waste which they then put in an oven at very high temperatures. Once the scrap waste pieces melt, the new raw material is ready to be used. We then use this virgin material to make our bronze sculptures. As bronze is a very eco and labour intensive material to mine, we feel it makes much more sense to reuse the material that has already been created than to extract it – again.

Who made it

Lastly, when it comes to our working conditions, we work exclusively with Indonesian craftsmen and women on both Bali and Java. This piece specifically was made in Java, Indonesia. All of our craftsmen and women get paid a living wage that exceeds what the Indonesian Law requires. Their income is enough for a comfortable home, food, education, ceremonies, and more.


Europe- Expected average transit time in business days: 4 – 8 days

Worldwide (excluding Europe) Expected average transit time in business days: 4 – 14 days



Jake and Eva started Sooka as they discovered that many luxury brands don't practice environmental & social ethics, so they decided to embark on a quest to redefine sustainable luxury. Their designs are made in Indonesia by their incredible craftswo/men that earn well over the minimum wage, who create their designs in communities, not factories.

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