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w36” x d15” x h12” 60 lb
Shown in Ancient Stone
w48” x d25” x h18” 170 lb
Shown in Western Slate
Family is important to us each in a somewhat different way. But what child does not long for the warm, loving environment of a parent’s nurturing arms at some point in their lives? Later, when the child leaves the home, he or she recalls this feeling and this strengthens the bonds between parent and child, no matter what the distance of their separation.
w6” x d7” x h14” 10 lb
w12” x d9.5” x h35” 200 lb
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
Innocent yet graceful, the three cherubs circling the base of this attractive birdbath will add character to your garden whilst attracting our feathered friends.
Originating from the bible, the cherub’s child-like features have, for centuries, reminded us of the wonders of youth and life. The soft curves and fine texture of this piece, sculpted in a French manner, will add a European accent to any home.
w18” x d18” x h33” 90 lb, 2 pieces
The mythological Three Graces were beautiful sister goddesses who attended Venus, the goddess of love. They symbolized ancient liberality; Aglaia was the sister who gave away, Euphrosyne who received, and Thalia who gave back. Throughout the years their subject matter has been very popular with artists, including here in the form of an ancient birdbath.
w19” x d19” x h28” 120 lb, 2 pieces
w16” x d9” x h23” 65 lb
Shown in Basalt Grey
The word Tiki refers to large wooden and stone carvings of humanoid forms originating from Polynesian cultures found in the South Pacific. They are found as far apart as New Zealand, Easter Island and Hawaii. The fearsome god-like carvings served to mark boundaries around significant or ceremonial sites and are often grotesque in appearance.
In the early 20thC, ‘Tiki Culture’ arose in North America. Tiki heads and paraphernalia were used by restaurants and clubs to evoke feelings of relaxation; think Mai Tais, flowery shirts and sunny beaches.
w12” x d9” x h36” 180 lb
w7” x d6” x h20” 40 lb
w45” x d18” x h18” 210 lb, 3 pieces
w46” x d20” x h18” 200 lb, 3 pieces
w46” x d20” x h25” 230 lb, 3 pieces
Tranquility is comprised of the faces of two young lovers peacefully resting together. The piece is cast solid, but is designed to be hollow at the rear to help with weight reduction.
w35” x d21” x h27” 150 lb
w28” x d14” x h44” 140 lb
Shown in Ancient Stone
This cute woodland fellow is hand made in North America by Castart Studios. He is made from a high quality concrete that has been uniquely stained for an aged patina look. He can be left outside, year round (even in the harshest environment) or enjoyed indoors.Treeman is a close relative to the mythical Greenman; the difference being Treeman’s face emerges from the roots of a tree, Greenman’s emerges from the foliage. In many cultures, past and present, these characters are believed to symbolize the rebirth of the growing cycle each spring.
w11” x d7” x h30” 90 lb
Shown centre in Western Slate
This cute woodland fellow is hand made in North America by Castart Studios. He is made from a high quality concrete that has been uniquely stained for an aged patina look. He can be left outside, year round (even in the harshest environment) or enjoyed indoors. Treeman is a close relative to the mythical Greenman; the difference being Treeman’s face emerges from the roots of a tree, Greenman’s emerges from the foliage. In many cultures, past and present, these characters are believed to symbolize the rebirth of the growing cycle each spring.
Comes with fabric planter attached for holding pots.
w11” x d7x” h30” 90 lb
Shown left in Ancient Stone
w5” x d2.5” x h10” 2 lb
Shown centre in Ancient Stone
This unique bench features a low relief or bas relief (not to be confused with bass!) of a large trophy fish. Still comfortable to sit on and perfect for the fisherman.
w47” x d17” x h18” 220 lb, 3 pieces
w51” x d17” x h18” 210 lb, 3 pieces
w19” x d19” x h19” 75 lb, 2 pieces
w18” x d18” x h26” 95 lb, 2 pieces
Tutu, the ferocious guard dog and top canine on the block is the victim of a mischievous practical joke. His owner has convinced him that donning a ballerina’s tutu and slipper will garnish even more respect from the other dogs in the neighborhood. Little does he know that they all think this very odd and that perhaps Tutu is going through a phase where he is attempting to connect with his feminine side, of course they dare not point this out to him.
w10” x d10” x h16” 45 lb
The Venus torso is a partial replica of the famous Venus de Milo statue currently residing in the Louvre museum in Paris. This statue from antiquity was discovered on the Greek Island of Milos. It is thought to have been created sometime between 130 and 100 BC by Alexandros of Antioch. Although commonly known as Venus de Milo, her correct title is Aphrodite of Milos; Aphrodite was the Greek Goddesses of Love & beauty, Venus being her Roman equivalent.
w13” x d3” x h21” 25 lb