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This page is devoted to miniatures which have been incorporated into buildings, or used as part of something else

This example of our Gloucester Angel (No 24) was mounted on a wooden plaque and was presented at a Cheltenham Bible Festival.

One of the host of 60 painted Gloucester Angels (No. 24G) that are to be found in the roof of St.Luke's Lutheran Church, Farmingdale, Long Island, New York, USA, to the  memory of Eric Zawasky.


Two No. 35s and a 26S built into a bathroom cabinet. The corbels fulfilling their proper role of supporting a structure above!

Above: Two Gloucester Cathedral Green Men incorporated into a pair of wrought iron gates.

When my father, at the age of 71, walked 28 miles north-south across Dartmoor in 12 hours 34 minutes, solo, on April 20th 2004, I made him this little display shelf. It incorporates a Three Hares miniature, No. 89, and is designed to display his two Dartmoor mugs.

A verdigris finished Bamberg Green Man forming part of a hanging basket bracket. Seen here in the snow with spring bulbs coming up.


My fireplace at home!
My fireplace at home! This, I am afraid, is a bit of pure self indulgence on my part! When we threw out the ancient gas fire that graced our living room and opened up the fireplace, we wanted something a little more beautiful than a concrete lintel above our new stove.

The arch is made with voussoirs Nos. 50 (pig), 51 (ball flower) and two modified 52 (plain). Keystone is a No. 43 (Bamberg Green Man).


A salamander corbel, No. 35, in use as a candle holder. SRM.
 


One of six Bamberg Green Men, No. 43, in use as candle holders. Anonymous collector.

Note: quite a few of our pieces have been used as candle holders, but care should be taken not to allow the candle to burn right down to the miniature as the heat can damage it over time. Martin and Oliver Webb cannot accept liability for any damage or loss resulting from careless or inappropriate application of candles, tea lights, or any other naked flame or heat source when used in conjunction with any of their products.


A rebus, or architectural pun in the form of five specially gilt Tudor Rose bosses (No. 15) made into a ceiling rose. Appledam collection. One of a series of No.35s with gold finish, with blue glass candle holders. Appledam collection.

  
Specially gilt examples of our Truro praying angel (No. 64) used as brackets below a bookshelf. Appledam collection.

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