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Rose corbel Nr 100

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Seller: urbansculptures (718) 100%, Location: Iowa, Ships to: US, Item: 252337419820 Architectural sculpture, casting by Randall "Rose corbel" Randall's Urban Sculptures Collection (Photo of the sculpture in the buff yellow finish) The casts weigh 10-12 pounds, measures aproximately 9" tall, 8-1/4" wide and has a projection of about 7"These CANNOT be cast in concrete, they are cast in interior cast-stone only. The sculpture is a wall hanging piece and comes with a bar hook in the back. It really is a charming and very ornate piece with it's flowers and leaves. Recent comments from clients on various sculptures received; "I received the plaque last Friday. It was beautifully made and richly detailed. You did an amazing job and I thank you. A quick question please: Though it is premature at the moment, do you accept commisions for other work.?" "I just opened mine and it looks great! Wow! was it ever heavy." "Sorry that I have not sent this sooner - the sculpture arrived and it is beautiful - I cannot wait to have it in place an have a picture sent to you - I will make you proud of me for my selection of placement and showcasing your fine work of art!!!!" "The Picaud arrived on Friday at 3pm, which was unbelievably quick. The crate was very well made and the Picaud panel arrived unscathed. The panel is absolutely beautiful and I am really thrilled to have it in the living room.I enclose a photo of our art deco living room with your panel in place. Many thanks again for such a great service (quality of the panel,the promptness of your responses to my emails and the solidity of the packaging). I am very happy. Veronique" "Hi Randall! Wow!!! The plaque arrived last week, perfect inside your exquisitely-made crate. The plaque looks super and am hanging it today above my fireplace. I'm going to take a queue from the picture you had on your site, and fabricate a frame similar to the one of the individual who included that lighting recess. It should make your wonderful relief work really stand out! If I didn't already have my walls all full, I'd purchase each of the three plaque series of that machine age-look reliefs.Your welcome to use this email as another testimonial, as you fabricate some knock-out products!! -Ken M, a happy camper, La Mesa California 4/19/09" Please read the entire page, it contains details on finishes, shipping and many answers to the more common questions people have. SIZE: Nominal 9" high by 8-1/4" wide, 7" deepFINISH SUGGESTED: I would go with the Buff Yellow shown. History of the piece in my personal collection. Many years ago- 1979- a priest brought a plaster corbel to me, and inquired about making the mold and casts for it, he left the sculpture with me and I started the project, but he never returned and had not left any contact information with me, and at the time I didn't think I would need it since he said he would come by in one to two weeks. The corbel was caked with paint which I removed before making the mold. I never know the origin of it, but I believe it had to have come from this priest's church or the rectory and the casts were going to be done in concrete for replacements. Maybe they changed their minds who knows, in any case I have the design and mold, and casts are available. While as a rule I no longer reproduce antique pieces since I sculpt my own models, I have a number of designs molded from antique pieces in my personal collection years ago sitting around in the studio storage, so I continue to offer casts of these few items. This design has not been offered on Ebay for several years as I rotated my offerings a few times, so I thought I would bring this one out again for a while since I have several casts of it on hand that I'd like to move out. General information applicable to all of my sculpturesPLEASE READ BEFORE EMAILING! My standard cast-stone is for INTERIOR OR UNDER A COVERED PORCH/SUN ROOM ONLY! Out in the garden they might last 4 or 5 years, maybe longer before showing weathering damage. If you are looking for something to place in the garden or build into a wall, I offer concrete as a special order item which takes approx 3 weeks. Not all pieces are available in concrete, inquire before ordering.All of my sculptures except the bookends have a heavy wire embedded on the back to hang them on the wall. I own the originals, copyrights in most cases, and the molds, I can produce any quantity and custom configurations as well. All of my sculptures are personally hand-cast in my home studio, they are signed, numbered and dated. These are cast and finished to order at the time of purchase.I do NOT ship outside the lower 48 United States! FINISHES AVAILABLE Hand cast replicas of my sculpture are available in interior cast-stone in your choice of several finishes. I offer 8 different finishes, (5 are shown below) on certain pieces- 2 metallics are standard. They vary from piece to piece as this is all hand done. Actual colors displayed on your monitor will vary as well. From left to right in the photo of 5 finishes below they are; Old Dirty Bronze (metallic) Dark gold aged weathered look Old Dirty Nickel (metallic) Dark silvery aged weathered look Dirty limestone grey- varies from near black to very light grey. Buff yellow. Red terra cotta.TaupeBright gold (metallic) Shiney bright gold Old Dirty Copper (metallic) Dark Reddish aged weathered look I use FedEx ground service for all shipments in the lower 48 states. I do NOT ship out of the USA. DISPLAYQUESTION: Aren't these too heavy for my plasterboard wall Randall?By no means! keep in mind- your walls weigh thousands of pounds and support the roof, they are built to support weight.HOWEVER- do not use plastic or self adhesive picture hangars of any kind, or try to simply put a screw into the thin sheetrock- these will not hold and are not designed to. The key is to install your mounting hooks or other hangars into the solid wood STUD inside the wall, these are typically spaced 16" center to center around the room. You should use an anchor rated to hold at least twice the shipping weight of the sculpture. To show proof of what a sheetrock wall can hold, here is a photo of two shelves I installed on my bedroom wall for original sculptures that I couldn't mount any other way, the brackets are screwed into the wall studs with 3" screws and there are two heavy angle irons 5/16" thick steel behind the shelves that are invisible.Total weight for the stone and terra-cotta shown- the top shelf is 175# and 125# for the lower shelf- 300# total; Here is one more photo, three of my casts shown mounted on another wall in the bedroom- Art Deco D3-R, Nr 649-R Pan center, and Nr. 120-R "Elizabeth" panel- these are likewise installed with hangars screwed into the solid wood STUDS on the sheetrock wall- 150# approximately; Another wall in the bedroom, the green copper cornice and the round lion on the left are antique salvage, the others are casts of my own sculptures. The D4-R panel can be seen on the right in the bright gold finish over the head-board. NOTICE:Designs in the Urban Sculptures Collection are copyrighted with all rights reserved, this includes reproductions of antique pieces upon which I made certain modifications, alterations or changes- the changes are copyright and reproduction of same would constitute copyright infringement. I do not sell molds, nor casts for others to replicate and will enforce my proprietary rights. I reserve the right to decline sales to anyone. Original clay models by Randall (and casts made from them) all carry my impressed model numbers, dog paw-print logo, date of creation and signature on one of the sides similar to the photo below of the top of D4-R. Additionally; the casting number and casting date are inscribed by hand on the back of every cast. Randall featured in the New York TimesSunday May 20th, 2007 City section Pg CY9 Article from the Blanden memorial Fine Art Museum magazine, and a newspaper article in part about my exhibition there; Randall, Owner and webmaster of Randall's Urban Sculptures web gallery, and sculpture studio. A historical photo essay of lost buildings from NYC's architectural history. All photos and accompanying text are (C) Randall's Urban Sculptures, all rights reserved. Material: Interior cast stone

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