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Cimon Art & LEGO Launched Two Crystallized Holiday Train Sculptures

Holiday season is getting closer and everyone is trying to design a better Christmas present. So, two one-of-kind crystallized holiday train sculptures were created as a result of cooperation between Cimon Art and LEGO. It is about The Gold Express and the Silver Steam. Designed to appeal to adults and children alike, each sculpture is intricately embellished with Swarovski crystals.

The Gold Express Train by Cimon Art

The Gold Express Train by Cimon Art

The Gold Express measures 40 inches (1.02 meters) long by 5 inches (12.7 cm) tall and 3 inches (7.6 cm) wide. It includes the engine, two passenger carriages with passengers and one holiday freight carriage filled with gifts and holiday trees made from LEGO bricks. The train is colored in golden color and is festooned with crystals. It is available on eBay for a retail price of $2,000.

The Silver Steam measures 44 inches (1.12 meters) long by 5 inches (12.7 cm) tall and 3 inches (7.6 cm) wide. It includes the engine, one passenger carriage with passengers and two holiday freight carriages filled with gifts and holiday trees made from LEGO bricks. The train is colored in red and adorned with plenty colorful crystals. Available on eBay for a retail price of $3,000.

One more sculpture from Cimon Art and LEGO has been created few days ago. Dubbed as Love to the Rescue, this sculpture has been inspired by the relief efforts undertaken for the rehabilitation of those affected at the recent earthquake and Tsunami in Japan. This crystallized sculpture is valued at $40,000 and was up for auction for the Gabrielle Angel Foundation annual ball. [Cimon Art]

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