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w12” x d9.5” x h35” 200 lb
Shown in Ancient Stone
The slow yet unstoppable plod of Theodore is not unlike that of the progress of the garden which he might well inhabit. Although at times his movement may seem imperceptible, his walk never ceases and his presence can be a constant reassurance that life in the garden will forever move forward, even though at times we might think it has come to a standstill.
w13.5” x d15.5” x h15.5” 150 lb
Shown right in Western Slate
Hinduism is the world’s oldest religion, having its origins in India more than 5000 years ago. Hindus believe in ‘Samsara’ or the cycle of birth, death and rebirth.The gods Brahma (the Creator), Vishnu (the Provider, shown here) and Shiva (the Destroyer) represent this belief. Liberation from ‘Samsara’ can only be found through the pursuit of the ultimate goal in life – ‘Moksha’. This spiritual state is achieved by performing good deeds and being devoted to God. Hindu theology views God as being one but that this one can have many manifestations of forms.
w19” x d12” x h37” 180 lb
Shown in Ancient Stone, shown on Oriental Riser & Ancient Brick Plynth
Beyond the Maze, deep within the caverns, and wallowing in the mire, lay the gentle beast of Mythology.
In centuries past, his Crest proudly blazed on King Arthur’s battle helmet, now he waits patiently, for time to restore his rightful place amongst the Celts, when he once again will represent the emblem of Sovereignty. If you listen carefully you will hear the slow, rhythmic beating heart of the Waking Dragon.
w11” x d14” x h19” 55 lb
In Greek mythology, Venus, the goddess of love, was served by a beautiful attendant named Hebe. Hebe’s role was that of cup bearer for the gods. This classic Water carrier statue is based on the mythical Hebe and would make a fine addition to any home or garden.
w8” x d5” x h36” 95 lb
Shown in Ancient Stone
The Window Arch Ruin looks terrific when located in a garden setting where an attractive vista can be viewed through the windows or alternatively add a planter to the sill. Can be left outside year-round.
w23” x d12” x h39” 210 lb
Shown in Western Slate
The Woodland princess is as important to the forest as it is to her. Neither would survive without the other as shown in this captivating peice from Klaus Kinast.
w24” x d22” x h36” 230 lb
w10” x d8” x h20” 30lb
Shown in York Stone
14″ high, 15lbs
w10” x d10” x h15” 30 lb
16.5″ high, 35lbs