To create your own fountain, the basics needed are: a fountain sculpture, nozzle, or fountain ring, a receptacle, which can be of any non-porous material large enough to receive the water emitted, and a submersible, recirculating pump which utilizes a 3-prong outlet.
These elegant brass fountain sculptures are plumbed with copper tubing with a hose barb welded to the tubing at the bottom of the sculpture. A submersible pump draws water from the receptacle through a plastic hose attached to the hose barb, and the water then flows through the copper tubing inside the sculpture back to the receptacle.
Made by skilled artisans of "lost wax method" sculpting, many are replicas of European masters, and are sure to become garden heirlooms of tomorrow.
Prices shown include regular ground shipping and handling.
21"H; 30 lbs.
Leaping Fish cast
in solid brass
Leaping Fish |
B. Leaping Fish
on stone pedestal.
is a reproduction of the exquisite bronze by sculptor Edward Berge, displayed
at the Palace of Fine Arts during the 1915 Pan Pacific International Exposition.
Historian E.E. Burden reported that she was the most popular garden piece there.
"Wildflower" Fountain Sculpture E955FB
in Bronze Patina
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in solid brass with verdigris
Smaller sculptures create an inviting birdbath.
2.5 lbs./ pair
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