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Angela Farquharson

A sculpture capturing the sense of holding something precious and fleeting lest it should be forgotten.

Flower Nymph

Martin Duffy

This beautiful study of a flower nymph combines the exceptional attention to detail characteristic of Martin’s work with his ability to create a story which invites the observer to pause and reflect.

 Despite it’s scale the eye is drawn to the detail which makes the piece both intimate and powerful.   

Forget me not

Annette Marie Townsend

This is a delicate sculpture so please handle with care and display out of direct sunlight and away from direct sources of heat.

Golden Birch

Catrin Jones

One of a series of sculptural works pairing antique flashed glass with weathered oak stumps retrieved from a Welsh hillside.  The fern, the birch and the bo all have strong spiritual meanings, and these pieces celebrate life and its vibrancy and the cyclicality of nature.  The glass is mouth-blown in France and Germany and has been acid-etched many times, in order to create the patterns and textures.  The glass has also been gilded, using silver and copper leaf applied by hand.  The oak is as found on the hillside but cleaned back.


Angela Farquharson

The graceful lines and elegance of expression in this  beautiful study is typical of Angela’s work as she explores the inherent beauty and sensuality of the female form. Drawing on classical figurative sculpture, Angela incorporates a more modern style to create an emotive piece that invites the observer to pause and look beyond the surface. 

Hare at Dusk in Purple

Margaret Burke

Margarets Creatures Collection has developed over 20+ years. From travelling around the UK, she has spent a lot of time watching wildlife in moors, mountains, estates and fields in their natural habitats. She has created 'Hare at Dusk' from observing many hares in an evening, bouncing across fields and with its nose in the air. 

Herringbone Monolith

Wendy Lawrence

A ceramic sculpture epitomising the simplicity of form and textural elements typical of Wendy Lawrence’s work.                  

The herringbone pattern is carved with hand tools to echo the striations found in rock and ancient stone edifices,  becoming part of the form as well as the surface of the piece. 

Inspired by ancient stone circles this piece generates a sense of solidity and continuity, connecting us with our heritage and spiritual landscape.

The works are high fired and are suitable for any interior or exterior spaces.

Juicy Spoon - azure

Chris Bird -Jones

This stunning spoon ‘sculpture' is from the  ‘Juicy Spoon Series’ - a series of colourful blown unique glass characters with cupped bowls and flowing handles. 


From cradle to grave the spoon is an often used tool, the strong relationship between our mouths, tastebuds and spoons is explored through this series of pieces. 


Available in 7 colours, it is shown here in a beautiful azure. 


Each piece comes with a certificate of authenticity and is individually priced.  Please follow the link and complete the short enquiry form for pricing and delivery information.

 Photo Credit: Dewi Tannatt Lloyd