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Pet Portrait Painted Rock

Pet Portrait Painted Rock

Regular price $75.00 NZD
Regular price Sale price $75.00 NZD
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Commission a painted stone of your own cat or dog - the perfect way to remember a beloved pet and a unique gift for any animal lover.

Your pet rock will be painted in professional artist's acrylic in fine detail, on all sides of the stone, signed underneath, and varnished. The pet's name will be written on the underside of the stone.

Small: approx 6cm (NZ$75)
Medium: approx 7-8cm (NZ$95)
Large: approx 9-10cm (NZ$135)
Sizes larger than 10cm: limited quantity, please enquire.

1. Purchase: Make your purchase, choosing your stone size from the dropdown box above.
2. Photos: Email photos of your cat or dog to
PHOTO GUIDELINES: I will need - at least one which shows the face clearly, front on, and also photos of the whole body. (One of the pet curled up is always helpful, but not essential.) Please include as many as possible, but if photos are limited I'm happy to work with what you have.
3. Timeframe: I will complete your painted rock within 2-3 weeks.
4. Approval & Shipping: Once finished I will email you a photo for your approval before posting. I'm happy to make alterations if requested.

Your rock pet will travel securely in a little rustic box with plenty of bedding. If it is to be a gift, I can write your own message on the box label if requested.

Delivery Info

Shipping within New Zealand:

  • Courier, Urban $7
  • Courier, Rural $12

For more info, including International Shipping, see the Delivery Info & Faqs page.

Gift Wrapping

Available for $5. Your purchase will be wrapped in beautiful gift paper and ribbon with a note card attached. Your own message to the recipient can be handwritten inside, if requested.

Care Instructions

Each animal stone is painted with professional quality acrylic and coated with uv & water resistant varnish.

Best kept indoors (or under a covered area outdoors) as constant exposure to weather may eventually damage the surface.

If needed, the stone can be cleaned gently with a damp cloth.

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