Handmade in plaster by Timothy Richards, the acanthus ornament appears extensively in the capitals of the Corinthian and Composite orders in both ancient Roman and Greek architecture. Use as a bookend to keep your bookshelves in order or just as a decorative ornament.
Bookends are sold individually.
In the Press
Living etc, 13 June 2019
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Timothy Richards makes architectural models in plaster. He has built a collection of over 200 models, now in his tenth workshop he remains the only person living to have developed such work. The origins of this quality of plasterwork date back to the Fouquet’s who worked in Paris between 1780 and 1830. Tim has built a network of collectors in America and England over a quarter of a century.