This inspirational piece depicts Joseph and his beloved brother, Hyrum standing united forever. Based upon the life-sized sculpture which stands outside the Carthage Jail, this statue has become a symbol of the love the two brothers shared. This bronze toned piece will make a meaningful addition to any home or office.
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by Customer - reviewed on October 24, 2008
How great to be able to give this to someone that admires the Smiths.
Love this statue
by Renee - reviewed on October 08, 2008
I love this statue and the love and support that these brothers had for each other and for the Lord. I pause each time I look at this work of art.
Just like the one in Carthage
by Customer - reviewed on September 22, 2008
I Love the statue of Joseph and Hyrum that stands in Carthage Illinois, and I was very excited to find this exact replica. It looks beautiful on our mantle, and helps remind our family of the great examples these two men are.
Excellent historical addition
by Brigham - reviewed on October 12, 2008
I love the prophet Joseph and his brother Hyrum. The figurine is a beautiful peace that adorns our home but more importantly serves as a reminder of those men who gave their lives for the cause. I love this piece!
by Customer - reviewed on October 15, 2008
What a tribute to these two amazing men!
Wonderful statue of Joseph & Hyrum
by Customer - reviewed on September 26, 2008
This is a wonderful statue reminding me when I was in Carthage, Illinois. A wonderful addition for anyones home.
by Customer - reviewed on September 30, 2008
My husband loves having this on his desk as a reminder when completing church work. Excellent detail!
by Travis - reviewed on November 05, 2008
This is a replica of the one outside the Carthage jail. Everytime I see this statue I get chills and it makes me so grateful for Joseph Smith and all he went through!