Project Description

Contemporary Deer sculpture by Garden Art and Sculpture Garden Art and Sculpture, Deer garden sculptures Rusted metal deer sculpture created by Garden Art and Sculpture Rusted metal Deer sculptures for the garden Rusted steel, metal deer garden sculptures Contemporary rusted metal deer sculptures for the garden Deer sculptures for the garden

A Herd of Deer Sculptures

A spectacular installation of our contemporary garden sculptures

Our herd of Deer was inspired from watching Deer on a summers evening at the end of our garden. When we first had ideas for our family of Deer sculptures we always thought they would look good as group or herd and installed a herd of the sculptures in our own garden as soon as they were finished.

Being able to view the sculpture from the house has been great, brightening up the garden through the winter months. The three curvaceous, contemporary designs are crafted from sheet steel and are allowed to rust naturally. The rusted finish continually evolves with time, its rich warm hues glowing in the winter sun.

For a large garden there is no doubt that the larger groups make an impressive site, set in the lawn or among trees. But you don’t need to have a large garden to install a group, three of our small baby deer sculptures can look great even in the smallest of gardens. Please see the diagram below for dimensions.

We have listed a few ideas for herd sizes and offer a discount on our individual prices when buying a herd. These are only suggestions, please do get in touch for pricing on your own ideas.

 

Installation is easy– the sculptures can be carried by one to two people. The legs of the sculptures have been extended and enlarged to allow for easy installation and can be placed straight into compacted earth or concreted in. Simply push the sculpture into the ground. If the ground is hard, we’ve found it helps to make a slots in the ground with a garden spade and push the spikes into the slots using a slight rocking motion.
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Delivery– We make our herds of Deer to order and would aim to deliver in 4 to 5 weeks from the receipt of your order. We will contact you shortly before you sculptures are ready with delivery details. If you need the sculptures sooner please contact us and we will do our best to get it to you for the required date, we occasionally have some that are ready for delivery. Please do get in touch if you have any questions about delivery or installation.

For delivery to the Highlands and Islands please contact us

ng>Europe / Worldwide – We have delivered sculptures all over the world. If you need a delivery outside the UK please email design@gardenartandsculpture.co.uk or contact us using the contact us page.

Sculpture Finish / Aftercare – Our sculptures are supplied with the rusting process well under way and you will find that the colour will continually evolve with time particularly during in the fist year. During the first year it’s quite common for the surface to flake, The flaking is all part of the rusting process, its the layer of mill scale that’s formed when the steel is manufactured. Eventually the whole deer will peel it’s layer of scale becoming darker. Then over a period of about six months it will gradually turn and settle down to a more golden colour with a slight mottling.

Any scuffs or marks to the surface will gradually disappear over time as the rust patina develops. Birds do seem to make a habit of leaving their mark on the sculptures. From experience we have found the best way of removing them is to scrub the marks with an old toothbrush and a little water.

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OUR HERD SUGGESTIONS


 1 Stag,      2 Hinds,      5 Fawns
..  £2885.00          |           BUY


 1 Stag,      1 Hind,      4 Fawns
..  £2235.00          |           BUY


 1 Stag,      1 Hind,      3 Fawns
..  £1965.00          |          BUY


 1 Stag,      1 Hind,      1 Fawn
..  £1475.00          |          BUY


 0 Stag,      1 Hind,      2 Fawns
..  £1170.00          |           BUY


 

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