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Miniature Majesty...<br />
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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.<br />
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The miniscule bust of Queen Elizabeth II sits on the top of a platinum pin and is just 0.6mm wide and 1mm tall.<br />
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David Lindon spent three months creating the tiny head and torso of the UK's monarch in ceremonial dress with her tiara and sash.<br />
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David, from Bournemouth, Dorset, uses micro-plastics and painstakingly carves and paints his minute works of art under a microscope.