A spectacular lead fountain showing a boy shielding his eyes from the sun and perhaps the cascading water. The water spouts from the swan's bill and through his elongated neck, it's outstretched wings reach 51 inches long. A beautiful duo in movement and form.
This fountain is a copy of the original fountain cast by Geiss, circa 1850 and created by the artist Kalide (1801-1864) of Berlin. The original was commissioned for the King of Prussia. An example can be seen in the Italian Garden, Osborne House, Isle of Wight. This piece can also be used as a statue. We have many matching pedestals - just let us know height preference and we'll suggest a few options!
To learn more about the history of English lead ornamentation, please visit our blog.
This product is currently out of stock, however we would be delighted to have this piece custom made for you!