A very elegant and nicely patinated copper garden water fountain. Simple and stylish, equally suited to a traditional or contemporary garden. Please see image of fountain and terracotta bowl for inspiration!
This half life size Maquette of the champion thoroughbred steeplechaser Red Rum, commissioned in 1978, was used to create the bronze sculpture that stands in Southport. The sculptor, Annette Yarrow (B. 1932 ) also created the full size figure of Red Rum at Aintree Racecourse.
An original suite of 1960s fitted cupboards. Reclaimed from Wimpole Mews, central London. These were fitted into the mews house where the scandalous Profumo Affair took place. Reclaimed due to demolition of the building. Veneered tropical hardwood finish. A mixture of open fronted units and units with doors. Most with adjustable shelving. Three internal draws and
A large composition Portland stone garden fountain. Indistinct makers marks to both parts. This lower bowl would also make an elegant shallow Tazza. A very good quality casting. Additional Dimensions Overall height 154 cm Height to top of lower bowl 92 cm Lower bowl diameter 150 cm Top bowl height 62 cm Top bowl diameter 61 cm
The basin is made from cast iron with a vitreous enamel finish. It is white on the inside and black and red on the outside. This sink could be used either internally or externally. This sink is wall mounted, with two holes in the back for the wall fixing.