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John Fowler, the son of a Middlesex gardener was apprenticed to Samuel Saunders in 1711/12 at The Globe under St Dunstan's Church, Fleet Street, London. He later established his own business at the Globe by the Royal Exchange, London.
The octagonal baluster plinth is hand cut from a single piece of dark grey limestone, which has over the centuries developed a light patina of subtle variation. The bottom section, rough-hewn and intended to lie beneath the surface, displays the nature of the hard and heavy slab before being crafted into an elegant baluster.
|Height||1185.00 cm||(466.54 inches)|
|Width||28.00 cm||(11.02 inches)|
|Depth||28.00 cm||(11.02 inches)|