Architectural Heritage are world leaders in the manufacture of quality bronze works. We specialise in bronze lighting, fountains, statues and garden seating. We also have an extensive range of other select bronze items.
We have over 40 years experience in heritage restorations and an indisputable passion for quality products. Their passion for quality bronze works, coupled with their extensive knowledge makes them the one stop shop for all your heritage needs.
All patterns are owned exclusively and fabricated in house. This means our Heritage team are able to adjust or custom make products to suit your requirements. Be it fixing points, hanging or bracketing lights, or mixing one fountain part to another, all can be achieved.
Architectural Heritage have travelled to every corner of the globe to source this wonderful range.
We have Statutes from the House of the Faun in Pompeii, Lights from France and Argentina, fountains from Italy, Spain and England, and water spouts from the Montevideo zoo in Uruquay. Our selection of handmade bronze products is unrivalled.
Being made from highest grade silicon bronze available, our range is not susceptible to any form of rusting, rot or electrolysis, commonly found on many other inferior products. In fact, we are so confident in our products, that we offer an unconditional guarantee on our entire range.
Cast your mind to the sunken Spanish galleons of the 18th century and the coins, cannons and drinking mugs that are presently being brought to the surface. These artefacts are almost untouched by the salt water and to that end, one cannot deny that bronze is indeed the finest material available for longevity.
Not only does our range last forever, but over time it take a life of its own by ageing and acquiring a patina that only a product like bronze can.
0412 677 125
Australia (Sydney, NSW) based business - with over 40 years' experience - providing bronze fountains, lighting and garden features. Website includes details of products and services provided, work examples, contact form.
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