Nic Joly, Never Forgotten | Golden Lives

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Since 2014, British sculptor Nic Joly has raised over £80,000 for The Royal British Legion through sales of 'Never Forgotten'. 
Drawing on the ultimate symbol of Remembrance and hope - the poppy - the signed, limited edition miniature sculpture was released in August 2014 ahead of the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of the First World War. 

This year, to mark the end of the centenary, Nic has created a special boutique edition of his sculpture.

He says: Every story I hear from family members, or friends, about people who have died or fought for us is precious. Every single life is a golden one that is cherished and talked of with pride. This is why I have created an edition of only 11 pieces, titled ‘Golden Lives Never Forgotten’.

The first ten pieces sold out in a record three hours, and the only remaining artwork is now being auctioned to help Nic reach his goal of raising £150,000 for The Royal British Legion to help support war veterans past and present.
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