For centuries, statuary and fountains have anchored formal baroque parterres,
intricate herb knots, potagers, topiary, and rose gardens throughout Europe,
thanks in great part to work done by statuary makers in the London-area factory
of Eleanor Coade, which operated from the early 18th century through the middle
of the 1800s.
Fortunately, today’s landscape architects
and designers have myriad choices for garden art that looks aged, although it is
new. One of the West Coast’s largest suppliers, Lucca Statuary, in Seattle,
Washington, specializes in hand-cast concrete pieces that are custom-finished
with muriatic-based penetrating stains originally designed for floors.
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