WALL FOUNTAINS, MASKS & PLAQUES
  K046
Lavabo
Decorative adaptation by the company of a 19th century Viennese drinking fountain.
  M090
Pan Mask
Copy of an original Victorian fountain head.
  M091
Georgian Spout Fountainhead
Simple, 18th Century, wall fountain feature.
  M092
Large Lion Head
Copy from a 19th century antique lead casting of a Roman-style lion’s head. Its origins could date back to antiquity. A single, hidden, copper wall fixing is attached to the rear for easy mounting. (All our masks can be converted to wall fountain heads on request.)
  M093
Rams Head and Festoon
Faithful lead copy of the superb 18th century Coadestone original. A single, hidden, copper wall fixing is attached to the rear for easy mounting. (All our masks can be converted to wall fountain heads on request.)
  M094
Maned Lion Mask
This is copied from a good sized, 18th century, lead wall mask. A single, hidden, copper wall fixing is attached to the rear for easy mounting. (All our masks can be converted to wall fountain heads on request.)
  M095
Father Thames Mask
Copied from an 18th century lead casting, depicting the legendary source of the Thames. A single, hidden, copper wall fixing is attached to the rear for easy mounting. (All our masks can be converted to wall fountain heads on request.)
  M096
Face in Reed Mask
Copied from a charming 19th century lead model. A single, hidden, copper wall fixing is attached to the rear for easy mounting. (All our masks can be converted to wall fountain heads on request.)
  M097
Cheere Mask
A copy of a large, lead fountainhead, believed to be the work of John Cheere. A single, hidden, copper wall fixing is attached to the rear for easy mounting. (All our masks can be converted to wall fountain heads on request.)
  M098
Bull Rush Mask
Copy of a stylish, 19th century, lead model. A hidden, single, copper wall fixing attached to rear for easy mounting. (All our masks can be converted to ornamental fountains on request.)
  M099
Small Lion Head
A copy from a 19th century, ornamental, lead wall mask. A single, hidden, copper wall fixing is attached to the rear for easy mounting. (All our masks can be converted to wall fountain heads on request.)
  M100
The Green Man
Copy of a 19th century antique lead ornamental mask of the pagan Green Man. A single, hidden copper wall fixing is attached to the rear for easy mounting. (All our masks can be converted to wall fountainheads on request.)
  M101
Burlington Sphinx
Copy of an 18th century sphynx head.
  M102
Seasonal Wall Plaques (Set)
The four seasons have an informal style; they are copied from English originals that date back to the 18th century. They are available individually. Top left: Spring, top right: Summer, bottom left: Autumn, bottom right: Winter. A large, hidden, single copper dowel fixing is attached to the backs for ease of mounting.
  M103
Ages of Man Plaques
Copied from originals by Danish sculptor Bertel Thorvaldsen (1770-1844), these roundels depict the four ages, or four seasons, of man. Left to right: Childhood (spring), Youth (summer), Middle Age (autumn), Old Age (winter). Available individually. Leadwork complements garden walls beautifully. A large, single, hidden, copper dowel fixing is attached to the backs for ease of mounting.
  M104
Goat and Children Plaque
This lead garden wall plaque is a copy from a fine 18th century Robert Adam frieze. Hidden copper fixing to rear.
  M105
Wall Sundial
A copy from an unusual 18th century, ornamental, lead garden wall sundial. Inscribed “Tempus Fugit”" (time flies). Copper fixing attatched to the rear.
  M106
Adam Oval Plaque
Classical wall plaque, a copy from the Coade original, circa 1780. Attached copper dowel fixing to the rear.
  M107
Friary Wall Sundial
Copy from an early Flemish original wall dial.
  M108
Commenrative SunDial
Depicting the tree of life or a pair of rings. Initials or date of your choice in Times New Roman or Arts & Crafts style.
  M109
The Powder Mill Pig Mask
An original Crowther pattern of a pig’s head and strawberry festoon.
  M110
The Tudor Cat Mask
An original pattern in the style of a Tudor cat.
  M111
The Royal London Sturgeon
Created here at our Studio in 1908. This was inspired by the sturgeon that is depicted on the memorial to Henry Fawcett that stands in the Victoria Embankment Gardens London.
  M112
Octagonal Sylvan Plaque
Large, octagonal, Sylvian plaque.
  M113
The Thames Sturgeon Wall Fountain
First produced here at H Crowther’s in the 1930s.
  M140
Georgian Large Spout Fountainhead
Simple, 18th Century, wall fountain feature.
  M141
Georgian Medium Spout Fountainhead
Simple, 18th Century, wall fountain feature.
  M152
Feast of Bacchus
This detailed ornamental lead plaque depicts the legendary feast of Bacchus. Copper fixing to the rear.
  M154
Zephyr (west wind)
Allegory of the west wind, the original sculpture dates back to the 15th century. Highly suited where a generous outflow of water is required. Can be mounted horizontally providing an impressive upright single shaft of water from a pool centre. A single, hidden, copper wall fixing is attached to the rear for easy mounting. (All our masks can be converted to wall fountain heads on request.)
  M155
Sylvan Roundel
A copy of a French, 19th century, antique garden roundel, the lead cast displays a female satyr (a sylvanian nature spirit). Hidden copper mounting dowel to rear.
  M157
Gothic Lion Mask
A true copy of an 18th century Gothic lion head.
  M158
Barbary Lion Mask
Copy of a 19th century lion head.