F I S H B O Y F O U N T A I N
By Gilbert Bayes 1914
Photos are deceiving of its immense size. The head of this large as life figure had started to deteriorate and was in desperate need of restoration. Luckily all fragments were present providing a foundation to faithfully restore. Repair done on location.
Jim Crowther 1960
CASTLE HOWARD YORKSHIRE
One of a large number of on site repairs which took two years to complete. Senior restorer at H.Crowther Ltd from 1925- 1986. Jim was mainly responsible for founding many of the techniques employed by us today. His knowledge has become invaluable
L I O N M A S K
No lead garden ornament is to small to be restored.
This Lion Mask Fountain Head was badly damaged by an angle grinder, causing a nasty tear to the head and the mane. It also made the face become distorted.
The picture on the right shows the mask ready to be used as a Fountain again.