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A Horned urn in the foreground of beautifully designed garden in Clifton, Bristol looking out from the patio doors, courtesy of Mike Spenser-Morris of


A pair of my Horned urns supplied to a beautifully designed garden in Clifton, Bristol. The front of the property has panoramic views across a valley, and is a stones throw away from the Suspension bridge built by Brunel. Clifton has plenty of little places to eat and grab a coffee, and a few interesting shops to browse. Unfortunately I did not get to see the museum as there was a Banksy exhibition, and the was a queue the length of the high street. Also did not get to see the cathedral, as the Archbishop had visited and was having a ceremony. So off to Bath it was to find a B & B and explore the streets and shops. I feel only fair to mention the 'Toll House' tea rooms on the A46 leaving Bath to join the M4 a great place to stop for a pot of tea ,and naturally a cream Tea, home baked scones, clotted cream & jam, really very good, in fact gorgeous.


A very quaint imaginative bird house, made from an earthy natural tree stump, with a majestic looking winged gargoyle on a Hogs back ridge tile, keeping guard over nesting area, another masterpiece from Southampton.


A lovely very large creative bird table with my ridge roof gargoyle fitted on top to ward off those greedy squirrels, and keep the birds well fed and dry.


A beautiful pond area created, love the stone wall, and water lilies, a keystone lion fountain mask used to circulate the water.


The large griffins used as grand entrance guards on the road between Battle and Heathfield! Not presently available at the moment.
A splendid winged dragon I personally delivered to Hampshire just looks so perfect proportionally on this roof to me


 picture of the house and winged dragon delivered to Hampshire what a fantastic house, I wouldn't want to to leave if it was mine.


A very imaginative, and creative herb garden made from six gothic windows, note the geometric layout and form has created a star in the middle. A  lovely couple I met in Hants. I have seen other creations from this customer, and he really is a creative wizard if you want something unique and an original one off this is the guy.


A winged dragon I personally delivered the last bank holiday of 2007 & fitted to the roof of The 'Old sea Captains' Bed & Breakfeast in the beautiful little town of Lynmouth, North Devon. Overlooking the roaring river which runs to the harbour and out to sea. Should you visit Lynmouth there is a beautiful walk along the river inland to 'Waters Meet', where you will find a welcome rest at the tearooms for a cream tea, or two. yummy!


Keystone dragon fitted to a main dorma of The Bed & Breakfast. Should you visit Lynmouth, there is a beautiful scenic walk along the cliff's called the 'North Walk' Take the cable cars up to St. Mary's church (unusual stained glass windows) where you will see spectacular views across to Wales from the churchyard, then follow the signs for the northwalk, where you will find a narrow path that leads you high above the sea, and small wild goats feeding amongst the wild heather, all around you, if the heather is in flower, it is truly beautiful, and lots of stop off points to rest your legs on the way to a strange looking rock formation


A Keystone dragon fitted to a beautiful dorma of The B & B. Once you leave the M5 towards Lynmouth, there are some of the most spectacular scenic views across land , and out to sea that I have seen, and the hill into and out of Lynmouth will put any car clutch or driver to the test.


A Keystone dragon from the right overlooking the town and roaring river Lyn, my guest room also overlooked the roaring river Lyn and the town.


A Keystone dragon from the left overlooking the roaring Lynmouth river. The small coastal town of Lynmouth became known throughout the world for the disaster that struck in August 1952. On the night of the 15th, after continuous rain throughout the day, the East and West Lyn Rivers rose suddenly and filled with the waters from their Exmoor catchment area. Large boulders and rocks were carried in the flow towards the village, destroying houses, roads and bridges, many lost their lives during that dark and terrifying night.


Ridge Dragon Fitted to a new roof up north, thank-you for the picture.


.Winged Dragon Fitted to a new roof in Woodford Green, Essex.


Close up picture of a fitted Winged Dragon.


Unusual weird & wonderful Ridge creature in the same road Woodford Green.


A Jardineire positioned on the patio of a beautiful tended garden. not available


Pair of Horned Urns in Garden at Canturbury, pedestals no longer available.


Ridge Gargoyle fitted to a beautiful cottage vestable between Rye & Winchelsea.


Close up of left hand view of Ridge Gargoyle fitted to entrance vestable.


Close up of right hand view of Ridge Gargoyle fitted to cottage vestable.


Ridge Gargoyle on large house, Springfield  Road, Hastings.


Pair of splendid Mythical Lions in Canturbury.


Ridge Gargoyle bought for main roof gable end, many thanks Bow from Queensland Australia


Charles - " I am absolutely delighted with the fountain mask  its even better than I had hoped"


Beautifully planted lush garden, with Lion fountain mask mounted on black marble


I thought it would be nice to include my own three roof dragons, my roof was renewed July 2007  by a friend, and myself,  who it was a great pleasure to work with for two weeks.  I am delighted with my roof refurbishment, and the Keystone Dragon guarding the front of my roof.


The rear of my roof with my first Winged Dragon facing towards the Battle. All the roof tiles were removed over six thousand, new felt and batten's fitted, and the original tiles returned to the roof and ridge tiles re-bedded on fresh cement, I also took the opportunity to re-point my chimney and fit a cowl to prevent birds coming down the chimney, we also attended to the guttering all the way around.


My second Winged Dragon facing towards the English Channel,  I also took down a large redundant chimney, filling two skips, and fitted a velux window, to enable me to build a loft room at a later date for extra space.


Beautiful Panther from Bath area! Just had to share it , isn't he fabulous!