Garden Sculpture

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Huge Bronze Crane
The standing crane cast in high relief, in great detail. The Red-Crowned Crane (Grus Japonensis), also known as the Japanese Crane or Manchurian...
Anthony Outred Ltd
England, c. 1850 A very fine pair of sandstone lions carved after the originals by Antonio Canova.Height58.00cm (22.83 inches)Width99.00cm (38.98 ...
Nicholas Wells Antiques Ltd
A verdigris bronze model of Dionysus
After original bronze excavated 1862 in Pompeii, sometimes also known as Narcissus due to his contemplative downward gaze.
Architectural Heritage Ltd.
Pair of Statues Representing Spring and Autumn
A Dramatic & Highly Decorative Pair of Statues in the Classical Manner In cast metal; the male figure, emblematic of Spring, presents a youth di...
Price On Application
An 18th century Alnwick Castle 'Battlement Figure' Carved by James Johnson of St...
A carved stone figure of a bearded centurion in full battle dress resting on his shield. Condition worn with lower foot section missing (to be moun...
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Architectural Heritage Ltd.
Pair of Mid-19th Century Oak Arched Doors
A massive pair of mid-19th century oak arched doors of Gothic design. Retaining the original iron strapwork.
Windsor House Antiques Ltd
'Moissonneur', the Reaper, a patinated bronze sculpture with pastoral theme by Paul d'Arie (worked 1890-1910). Set over an integral, naturalistic ...
Jeroen Markies Art Deco
A bronze Neapolitan fountain group of the Amorino with Dolphin
After the original discovered in Pompeii.
Architectural Heritage Ltd.
The Dancing Faun
Carved in white statuary marble this model, sometimes also known as the ‘Faun with Clappers’ is a copy of the Roman original now in Florence. T...
Architectural Heritage Ltd.
A 19th century carved sand stone keystone
In the form of a stylised male mask.
Architectural Heritage Ltd.
Late 20th Century Stone Concave Seat
Wonderful late 20th Century Stone Concave Seat with Winged Lions supports to the ends.
Windsor House Antiques Ltd
A Neapolitan verdigris bronze model of a young Satyr with the infant Dionysus
After the marble original now in the Vatican museum.
Architectural Heritage Ltd.
A pair of impressive carved stone eagles
Having wings outstretched, looking dexter and sinister the eagles poised for flight would have originally been from gate piers with both the eagles...
Architectural Heritage Ltd.