All of our sculptures are hand-cast from Jesmonite, a strong yet lightweight architectural material which utilises actual stone to create a realistic texture and colour.
Most of our products are available in two finishes: Sandstone, a yellowish, heavily textured stone which replicates the majority of building stone here in Edinburgh, and Natural Stone, a pale gray, less textured stone. Each stone is given a patina of age. Our casting and finishing process means that each piece is unique and may differ in slight details to the images shown above.
Magz was inspired by a pair of dragons guarding the doors of St. Margaret’s Episcopal Church on Easter Road, Leith. This cozy Gothic church was designed by Hippolyte Jean Blanc a Scottish architect known for his work in the Gothic Revival style. St. Margaret's was dedicated in 1880 but the sculptor who created these two dragon gargoyles remains sadly unknown.
Her ancestors have stood as sentinels at St. Margaret’s for nearly 150 years. Take Magz home to become your own guardian dragon!
|Size||Height: 20cm | Width: 20cm | Depth: 12 cm|
|Colour||Available in Sandstone (brown) or Natural Stone (grey)|
|Material||Made from Jesmonite, a stone composite material used in fine arts and architecture, with an internal core of polyurethane foam for stability.|
|Usage||The material used in our sculptures is rated for both indoor and outdoor display. Outdoor use will result in a certain amount of weathering over time but should not otherwise harm the product.|
Each sculpture comes with a keyhole style hanger in the back for display on a wall.