Regal Robot | Mudhorn Skull Mini Sculpture ‘The Mandalorian’ Revealed

Regal Robot expand their collection of Mando collectibles with this awesome Mudhorn skull

With Mando Mondays delivering a cargo hold of glorious new merchandise each week – there has never been a better time to be a Star Wars fan. Normally this gluttony of awesomeness would be enough to appease even the most die-hard fan, but now Regal Robot has arrived to knock it out of the park with the unveiling of an incredible Mudhorn Skull Mini Sculpture from The Mandalorian.

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Regal Robot is proud to present our 5″ tall sculptural decor piece inspired by the hit Disney+ show, The Mandalorian™, and a great new Star Wars™ beast. Now you can honor the epic battle that earned Din Djarin his mudhorn signet!

This highly detailed, solid resin mudhorn skull is cast and hand-painted in the U.S.A. Hand staining accents the amazing details and wonderful organic sculpture and makes each a unique work of art.

Like our other Mandalorian-inspired decor pieces, this mudhorn skull mini sculpture is ready to display and will bring some classic Star Wars style into your home, office, man-cave, fan-cave… or even mud-horn cave today!

Pair with our Mandalorian Skull Mini Sculpture or other great products (sold separately) inspired by The Mandalorian in our Star Wars Decor section!

Once again, Regal Robot has outdone themselves with this awesome piece of Mando memorabilia. The Mudhorn was such an influential creature from The Mandalorian‘s stellar first season – and let’s face it, who wouldn’t want a mini Mudhorn skull on their desk?  Regal Robot has a limited number of these in stock and expects to ship in approximately 2-3 business days – so get your orders in fast!

 

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