Some of the most critical moments in our history shaped by some of our most influential leaders. 

Churchill was the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1940 to 1945 and again from 1951 to 1955. Churchill was also an officer in the British Army, a non-academic historian, a writer (as Winston S. Churchill), and an artist. He won the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1953 for his overall, lifetime body of work. In 1963, he was the first of only eight people to be made an honorary citizen of the United States. In his Speech to the House of Commons may 13th 1940 he uttered the immortal words - "...we shall defend our Island, whatever the cost may be...we shall never surrender."

The Bust
Churchill is one of the most photographed, sculpted, painted and drawn figures in modern history. This original sculpture drew on this history and was made at our studios in Bath.

Around the Base
For this bust we have included objects around the base of things reminiscent of World War Two including a gas mask, Military hat, a soldier's helmet, Spitfire, Churchill's bowler hat, a Hurricane and a trowel.

The etch around the base reads - "WE SHALL NEVER SURRENDER"

Winston Churchill Small Bust £7.20 / RRP £18 (H12cm)

Single Churchill bookend. Inscribed on one side with the 'We shall never surrender speech.' The other side features Churchill's signature.

Winston Churchill Bookend £9.50 / RRP £25 (H17cm)

Lord Kitchener's army of volunteers boosted the British Army in the First World War from two hundred thousand to approximately two million men. The poster campaign remains an iconic symbol of the Great War, 'The war to end all wars.' 1914-1918.

The Bust
Sculpted at our studios in Bath, inspiration was drawn from the poster and photographs of the time.

Around the base
The objects featured around the base include a WWI tank, gas mask, shells, spade, helmets, a Howitzer and British Tommies going 'over the top'.

The etch around the base, taken from the famous poster, reads - "YOUR COUNTRY NEEDS YOU".

Lord Kitchener Bust £7.20 / RRP £18 (H14cm)

Bust of the Duke of Wellington made in British Gypsum Plaster. Field Marshal Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington (1769-1852) was an Anglo-Irish statesman and one of the leading military and political figures of 19th century Britain. He defeated Napoleon at the Battle of Waterloo in 1815 .

The Bust
This original, sculpted at our studios in Bath, draws on the many paintings and sketches of the Duke.

Around the Base.
The figures around the base include scenes from the Battle of Waterloo with riflemen, horses and cannons as well as a small depiction of Napoleon's capture.

The etch around the base reads - "THE BUSINESS OF WAR, AND INDEED LIFE, IS GUESSING WHAT IS ON THE OTHER SIDE OF THE HILL"

Duke of Wellington Small Bust £7.20 / RRP £18 (H12cm)

LAUNCHING NOVEMBER 2016

The Wellington Arch £14 / RRP £35 (H9cm)

LAUNCHING 2017

LAUNCHING 2017

Single Nelson bookend. Inscribed on one side with the 'England expects that every man will do his duty' sequence of flags. The last message from Lord Nelson aboard the HMS Victory at the Battle of Trafalgar. The other side features Nelson's signature.

Lord Nelson Bookend £9.50 / RRP £25 (H18cm)

William Duke of Normandy was descended from Viking raiders. He launched the Norman conquest of England in 1066 to become the first Norman King of England. He built many castles, including the keep of the Tower of London. In 1086, he ordered the first survey of land holdings; the Domesday Book.

The Bust
Based on illustrations and tapestries of William, this sculpture was crafted at our studios in Bath and makes a striking addition to any mantel, bookshelves or occasional table.

Around the Base
There are miniature objects from the time of William the Conqueror. We have included battle ships, horses as depicted in the Bayeux tapestry, Dover Castle and Norman shield.

The etch around the base reads "I ATTACKED THE ENGLISH OF THE NORTHERN SHIRES LIKE A LION"

William the Conqueror Bust £7.20/ RRP £18 (H13cm)

Bust of Oliver Cromwell made in British Gypsum Plaster. From fen farmer, to puritan and Lord Protector. Cromwell fought for freedom against Charles I's catholic ideas, financial excess and notion of 'rule by divine right'. As one of history's most controversial figures he has been referred to as both military dictator and hero of liberty. (1599-1658)

As with all Famous Faces there are objects around the base. For this bust we have included the chopping block, round head breastplate, drum, crown, helmet and charging horses and soldiers going to war.

The etch around the base reads - "IF YOU SEEK PEACE, PREPARE FOR WAR"

Oliver Cromwell Small Bust £7.20 / RRP £18 (H12cm)

Nelson's famous signal 'England expects that every man will do his duty', was made from the HMS Victory at 11:15am on 21st October 1905, minutes before the Battle of Trafalgar.

The Bust
This original sculpture was based on many of the sculptures and paintings of Napoleon and made at our studios in Bath.

Around the Base
The objects around the base include pistols, telescopes and ammunition, a cameo of Lady Hamilton and Napoleon's hat.

The etch around the base reads - "ENGLAND EXPECTS THAT EVERY MAN WILL DO HIS DUTY", Napoleon's signal from HMS Victory in the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805

Lord Nelson Small Bust £7.20 / RRP £18 (H12cm)

LAUNCHING NOVEMBER 2016

The Cenotaph Small Model £12 / RRP £30 (H10cm)

Built by Sir George Downing
When – 1680’s
Where – London, England

This detailed scale Timothy Richards doorway model of one of London’s most iconic political entranceways would make a stunning statement piece for any mantelpiece, bookshelf or display cabinet.

The official residence of the British Prime minister in Westminster, London. No.10 Downing Street is possibly the most photographed and famous front door of any politician in the western world.

The building is over 300 years old and contains around 100 rooms. The land on which Downing Street stands was originally bought in 1654 by Sir George Downing; the notorious spy for Oliver Cromwell. He intended that town-houses on this street be built “for persons of good quality to inhabit…”. In 1732, three buildings were offered to Sir Robert Walpole who commissioned William Kent to join them together to become No.10 Downing Street.

No.10 Downing Street £54 / RRP £130 (H 20.5cm)

Bust of Charles I made in British Gypsum Plaster. 

Charles I was the first of our monarchs to be put on trial for treason and it led to his execution. This event is one of the most famous in Stuart England’s history – and one of the most controversial.

The Bust
Based on illustrations and photographs of King Charles I, this sculpture was crafted at our studios in Bath and makes a truly regal addition to the mantel, bookshelves or occasional table for any 'royalist'.

Around the base.
For this bust we have included a crown, helmet and breastplate, canon, charging horses and soldiers going to war.

The etch around the base reads - 
"I FEAR NOT DEATH"

Charles I Small Bust £7.20 / RRP £18 (H 13cm)

Bust of Boudica made in British Gypsum Plaster. 

Boudica led the Iceni tribe against the Romans who took over the kingdom after the death of her husband. She was flogged and her daughters attacked. In response, she lead 100,000 Celt warriors to fight the Romans destroyed Londinium and killed around 80,000 Roman Invaders.

The Bust
Based on illustrations of Boudica, this sculpture was crafted at our studios in Bath and makes a dramatic addition to the mantel, bookshelves or occasional table.

Around the Base
There are objects related to Boudica molded around the base of the bust. For this bust we have included a Roman helmet and centurions, Boudica atop her chariot, Celt shields and helmet, the Celtic cross and huts.

The etch around the base reads "CELTIC WARRIOR QUEEN"

Boudica Small Bust £7.20 / RRP £18 (H 13cm)

LAUNCHING NOVEMBER 2016

Thiepval Monument Small Model £12 / RRP £30 (H10cm)

LAUNCHING 2017

LAUNCHING 2017

Bute House Bookend Model