Martin Webb and Oliver Webb.
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Collectors' Gallery
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Welcome to our gallery pages, where we show how some of our collectors have displayed their miniatures. We hear amazing stories of our miniatures turning up, sometimes in the most unlikely of places (Ebay seems to feature occasionally!). If you have a collection, no matter how modest, we are always interested to hear about them and how they are displayed or incorporated into buildings, fire-places, door frames, furniture and trophies. There is at least one piece, a Green Lion, adorning the front of a car!

We hope these pages will grow and grow. If you would like to send us pictures of your collection, or any of our miniatures which have been used in interesting or unusual ways, we would be delighted to include them here. Photographs may be either sent in the post to: Martin and Oliver Webb Fine Stone Miniatures, Syrena, 90 The Meadows, Leominster, Herefordshire, HR6 8RE, or, perhaps more conveniently, scanned and e-mailed as an attached jpeg file to us by clicking on the following link: Email us (we would ask you, however, not to send us attached text files, thank you). We hope you enjoy the varied selection below.
 

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This page shows individual pieces and collections
 

Two views of a private chapel with many of our miniatures, including several painted and gilded rarities. Anonymous collector.

The following three pieces (the Angel of Gloucester Cathedral, the Winged Lion of St Mark from St Davids Cathedral and the Green Man of Gloucester Cathedral have all been hand painted by Mr D Stewart. I am indebted to him for these photographs. For detailed information on how he achieved these beautiful results please click on the images.

Part of the AMM collection. 

A good collection showing several rarities, including gilded examples of No.s 21, 22 and 23 and a very rare stone finish first issue No. 21 (4th row down, 2nd from right). AM&M collection.

I was recently privileged to view and photograph part of one of the most impressive collections I have seen. The pieces are beautifully displayed and amongst their number are a good many rarities. A small part of the collection is shown here. Anonymous collector.

More of the same fabulous collection.

Above: of special note here is the Salisbury Cathedral Stiff Leaf Foliage boss (No. 6G) with burgundy red background.

Below: Another part of the same collection, this time showing Tewkesbury Abbey bosses Nos. 21G (top right) and 22G (centre), both first issue.

A Green Bronze No. 42 Woodchester Park Green Man. Lewis collection.

D Harrod collection.D Harrod collection.

A No. 26 Canterbury Cathedral Green Man and a No. 43 Bamberg Green Man as painted by their owner. D Harrods collection.

A very rare No.13 Green Lion in use as a plant holder.

Another example of a Green Man (No. 40 Wells Cathedral) painted by his owner. Anonymous collector.

A Gloucester Cathedral Green Man, No. 88, as painted by his owner. Burland collection.

An example of our Three Hares No. 89, rather beautifully painted by its owner.

 

A hand painted No. 44P hanging beside my fireplace at home. A No. 1 sits on the shelf.

Three coloured versions (84S, 26G and 74R) displayed in attractive style.

WOW!!!

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