GATE PIERS & FINIALS

Throughout history heraldic devices, such as Birds and Animals, have been used alongside sculptured finials as decorative ornaments to furnish gateways and to punctuate buildings and gardens.

  A081
Lion St Stephen’s
Copied from a Regency model.
  A085
Peacocks Fan Tail Pair
Taken from 18th century models. Available individually.
  A086
Spread Wing Eagles Pair
Taken from originals cast by 19th century founder Morris Feitz. Available individually.
  A089
Owl
Arts and Crafts movement stylised Owl.
  A090
Hawk
Copy of 18th century model.
  A100
Pelican
A copy of a Doulton original.
  F146
Hush Boy on Ball
A lead copy of the Parisian founder, Val d’Osne's 19th century, original antique cast.
  V109
Adam Finial
This decorative lead finial, of perfect proportion, is taken from a Coade design circa 1780.
  V110
Queen Anne Finial
A very decorative garden urn or finial. Copied from an early 18th century lead casting, probably from Van Nost’s yard at Hyde Park Corner. (Commonly used without the lid – please enquire.)
  V111
Adam Lion Finial
Classical lines make this a typical decorative English lead finial of the 18th century. Copies taken from a Coade design, circa 1780.
  V202
Oval Coade Finial
Elegant and decorative 18th century finial, designed by Coade, very much in the style of Adam and of a good size.