A particularly decorative casting, originating from
the famous Carron Company of Falkirk. This
design was first registered in 1885.
Suitable for installation in a private garden, or in
a public space as part of a restoration or
regeneration project, this is a wonderful example
of Victorian des..
Striking figurative cast iron ends with hand
chamfered iroko slats.The bench can be produced as a single or two-seat
version and finished to customer requirements.As an additional service, Lost Art Limited can
commission our decorative artist to finish the Dragon
castings in a naturalistic style..
The bench features a timber slatted back and seat,
the cast end terminals with overscroll ends & supports
& pierced with scrolling foliage, hung with tassels.
Examples can be seen in London's Kensington
Gardens.This the bench depicted in the scene in the
cartoon version of 101 Dalmatian..
Combining simplicity, elegance and
durability, this Victorian design of bench
offers an eye-pleasing, distinctive and robust
alternative to more obvious choices for high
volume areas such as town centres and
busy parks. The nature of the casting allows
us to produce this bench in any length fr..
High Victorian design, featuring animals
within a naturalistic setting. Cast ends with
hand chamfered slats in iroko.Design registered in 1868 and produced by
George Smith at the Sun Foundry, Glasgow.Produced by Lost Art for a number of
prestigious restoration projects, the length of
A truly beautiful bench which offers craftsmanship of
the highest standard and ironwork of particular
interest and detail.The bench can be produced as a single, two or three
seat version and finished to customer requirements.Originally produced by the Falkirk Iron Company, the
beauty of the benc..