Taddington Manor
Nr. Cutsdean
GL54 5RY
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Established 40 years, Architectural Heritage has a worldwide reputation for providing fine period garden statuary, ornament, water features and architectural elements.

A fine pair of early 20th century lead garden urns
The main bulbous body of the urn is embellished with garlands of flowers issuing from the mouths of Italianate grotesques (one flower garland missi...
A Portland stone sundial
A carved Portland stone pillar sundial with cap having a stylized leaf pattern in the manner of Liberty, raised upon an octagonal base block and sh...
A fine early 19th century bronze sculpture of Marcus Aurelius
On a carved white marble plinth
A large well cast French early 19th century fireback
Having twin neo-classical pillars (these pillars possibly allude to the ‘Pillars of Hercules’).
‘Flying Swans’ By David Wynne OBE (1926 – 2014)
This Bronze group monogrammed with edition number 3 of 6 is the large maquette for the 5 ton 30ft tall group commissioned for the Civic Centre in N...
A verdigris bronze model of Dionysus
After original bronze excavated 1862 in Pompeii, sometimes also known as Narcissus due to his contemplative downward gaze
An early 20th century wrought iron garden arbour
Having two opposing slat benches with checkerboard trellis to the back and sides, joined with multiple ornate overthrows.
A mighty lost-wax cast bronze Griffin sculpture by John Ravera PPRBS / FRSA (194...
Limestone base as shown included. Artist's Resale Right applies @ 4%
An early 20th century Bath stone sundial pedestal
Of large proportions in the baluster form, having lobed decoration to the main body with water leaf carving to the sundial cap, raised on a plain c...
A Neapolitan verdigris bronze model of a young Satyr with the infant Dionysus
After the marble original now in the Vatican museum.
A 17th century German lost wax bronze of 'The Birdcatcher'
After Giambologna (1529 – 1608) – Also Known as 'The Fowler'
An 18th century Grand Tour lost wax cast bronze bull sculpture
After the marble original excavated at Ostia now in the Vatican collection
A patinated bronze sculpture by Ralph Brown R.A. (1928 – 2013)
'First Study For Sibyl' Artist's Resale Right @ 4% applies
A late 20th century lost wax cast bronze of the ‘Daini’
This being a copy of the original Roman bronze discovered in Herculaneum, now in the Museum of Naples.
A pair of 19th century stained and painted glass windows
Of Germanic style, with circles in the Gothic manner, drawn from medieval examples.