Our trusted suppliers are working with us to deliver your product as quickly and safely as possible .
Click here to find out how our dedicated teams are operating during the Covid-19 lockdown.
The Piper statue is a cast stone statue depicting a charming figure of a young boy playing a pipe. This statue has been modelled from an antique copy of the original that stood in the Villa Borghese until purchased by Napoleon Bonaparte and subsequently displayed in the Louvre. These statues are made using cast limestone with a surface texture similar to that of portland stone. In a number of important ways it is markedly superior, one of its greatest advantages being price, which, piece for piece, is normally significantly less than that of quarried stone. As well as for use in gardens, lawn, terraces, courtyards, borders and woodland, this statue can also be used in interior design schemes, in a hall, library, stairway or reception room.
Height 1.38m. Base Width 35.5cm. Weight 140kg.