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A micro-artist has created a tiny sculpture of the Queen that is smaller than a grain of rice to celebrate her Platinum Jubilee.
The miniscule bust of Queen Elizabeth II sits on the top of a platinum pin and is just 0.6mm wide and 1mm tall.
David Lindon spent three months creating the tiny head and torso of the UK's monarch in ceremonial dress with her tiara and sash.
David, from Bournemouth, Dorset, uses micro-plastics and painstakingly carves and paints his minute works of art under a microscope.