Our sculptural Bird Baths have hand forged frames in flowing form that supports a beautiful, sturdy hand cast yellow glass basin, which sparkles in sunlight and is fully frost-proof. They offer water for drinking and bathing and the hand forged fern finials are attractive perches for birds. The frames can also support climbers during the spring and summer months, they then becomes a leafy haven, while in autumn and winter it returns to being a beautiful organic structure for you to admire!
5, hand forged 12mm seel bars ranging in hight from 180cm to 140cm. The bars are welded togeather at the base and then heated and hammered under our pneumatic forging hammer to give the look of 5 individual steams coming out of 1. A standard 4 pronged stand is welded to the base, with each prong being 30cm long. This give superb stability. We can add instead of the standard base, a flat plate. there is an extra cost for this; please call us for advise.
The standard finish is Galvanised, which is then patinated to give a charcoal, speckled grey finish. This is further oiled to seal in this finish. (Please note the patination can vary as many factors effect the colouring process, but its always unique and beautiful ) We can, on request do a rusted finish. Please contact us for further information
During busy times of the year we can have up to a 4 week lead time. If you need your product before that please call us in advance before ordering. We would love to facilitate you and hate to disappoint. Our courier service contract is with TNT and is normally a next working day delivery service. We will contact you in advance before dispatching to arrange a good day for you to receive you goods. Standard delivery charge is £20 ( added at checkout) Saturday and timed delivery can be arranged at an extra cost. Please call us to arrange. Tel : 07729422657 email@example.com
The glass is frost proof so needs very little care apart for cleaning, which can be done with warm soapy water. The galvanised steel will last for decades any surface scratches can be covered with a clear oil such as linseed or olive oil.