Item no 1259 A modern garden sculpture of a cockerel handmade and fired by the Devon ceramic artist, Colin Kellam. This sculpture was formally in the same garden as the swan by the same artist and also seems to have withstood being outside in all weathers late 20th century 22" high £480
Item no 1258 A modern garden sculpture of a swan hand made and fired in a glazes ceramic material by the Devon sculptor Colin Kellam.It was formally in a private garden for a number of years and has weathered the elements very well. late 20th century 23" high £575
A pair of weathered sandstone finials carved as acanthus clasped balls on square tapered bases. These are sizeable gate pier finials which would be suitable for a large gateway. They are from Northern India and are carved to a traditional English design using a durable sandstone similar to York stone. Modern 16" x 16" x 27" high 950 for the pair
A unique steel sculpture of sunflowers made from heavy gauge steel with good detail by Worcestershire artisan craftsman, Peter Fletcher. The surface is untreated and will form a rusty surface once exposed to the elements but the steel is heavy gauge and will be relatively unaffected.
A set of four antique sandstone staddle stones of similar shape but varying height, each with mossy round tops on tapered round bases. These staddle stones were all formerly in the same private garden in the Warwickshire village of Fillongley. 18/19th century
A pair of part-weathered, composition-stone lions, sitting upright and on octagonal plinths. Condition note: one lion has on old repair through the middle of its body. modern 14" x 14" x 35" high overall £240 for the pair
An unusual carved tone figure of pan sitting in crossed legged pose holding a set of pipes in his hands. The inscription on the base is the greek word for pan and he is currently well displayed on an associated, rusticated terracotta pedestal. Although naively carved this figure has lots of quirky charm and would be an interesting addition to a woodland or semi-wild garden. early 20th century 51" high overall (stone figure of pan 28" high) £480
A weathered garden figure made from a marble-like composite material, now on an associated square composition stone plinth. Allegorical of Winter, the young woman is wearing heavy robes and holding a small brazier.
An antique sandstone font, octagonal in shape and carved on all sides with gothic tracery and florets. It is well proportioned with a deep bowl draining vertically through the solid base. It could be used either as a feature urn for flowers or as a fountain and was formerly in a church in West Yorkshire. 19th Century 27" x 27" x 36" high £1800