Wall hanging buddha head. This Indian Buddha head was originally carved in wood. The swirls on buddhas head are thought to represent snails, their presence being to protect buddha from the suns rays. Its unusual to find a gardener who welcomes snails to his garden but this buddah sits beautiful on our garden wall.
Superbly sculpted by Canadian artist Mykol Pritchard.. This Buddha bust shows clearly the snails usually represented in a more abstract manner. This buddha statue is a beautiful representation of a buddha statue for the garden.
Wall Mounted. The Tree mirror is inspired by the Ceiba tree, native to Central America and spiritually important to the Maya. If you’ve had the good fortune to see a Ceiba tree then you will recognise the origins of our decorative art…
Wall Mounted. This Gothic mirror is cast from a restored 19th century church window. Reclaimed from the pas de calais region of France, the oak grain stands out and to the casual observer it appears to be original oak… This mirror is very heavy and is wall mounted using a chain which can be draped over a strong nail or hook. Not suitable for plasterboard walls unless you can find the stud frame to screw into….!
This Gothic panel was similarly restored from a 19th century church wall panel from the pas de calais region of northern France. As with the tall gothic, the oak grain stands proud and one would easily be confused into thinking it was original oak… This piece is lighter than the Tall Gothic and uses a standard wire hook to wall mount it….