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Richard Adams Bronze Sculptures

Handmade Watership Down garden sculptures inspired by the classic Richard Adams novel of 1972. Fiver, Clover, Hazel, Bigwig and General Woundwort all feature in this stunning Watership Down sculpture range. Available in both hot cast bronze and cold cast bronze.

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Clover & Hazel

Height: 15.7 inches / 40 cm

Cold Cast: £3,150
Hot Cast: £10,000


Height: 13.8 inches / 35 cm

Cold Cast: £1,600
Hot Cast: £7,000

General Woundwort & Bigwig

Height: 23.6 inches / 60 cm

Cold Cast: £4,800
Hot Cast: £11,000

Kehaar & Worm

Height: 9.8 inches / 25 cm

Cold Cast: £1,600
Hot Cast: £5,000

About Richard Adams

While working as a civil servant in 1972, Richard Adams wrote his first novel, Watership Down. While the book gained notoriety and an avid readership in England upon its publication, it wasn’t until it attracted widespread recognition in the United States that Adams achieved true literary fame.

Much of Watership Down is set in the same forests and grasslands in which Adams spent his childhood, and the vivid depictions of the rabbits' natural habitat are drawn from his own personal experiences. A fantasy story by modern standards, the novel’s geographic accuracy and commentary on the often ruthless environment in which the Watership warren live, make it a unique tale of survival and natural order.

From Fiver and Hazel to Bigwig and Clover, Adams inspirits each of the warren rabbits with intelligence and compassion, capable of experiencing human-like emotions and undergoing numerous challenges in their quest for a place to call home.

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