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Faraway Garden Boy of Brussels

The Faraway Garden Boy of Brussels (or Manneken Pi's) is based on the landmark small bronze sculpture in Brussels depicting a naked little boy urinating into a fountain's basin. It was designed by Hieronymus Duquesnoy the Elder and put in place around 1618. 

As a water feature the Boy of Brussels looks delightful in a circular garden pond or as a fountain centre piece. He also works wonderfully as a statue raised on a pedestal in a formal flower bed, a rose garden or nestled in an herbaceous border. Looks great in our sepia wash for an aged effect (as shown in photo).

Over many years, statues have played a prominent role as focal points in gardens. From the most grand and ornate gardens with large figures, to small creatures in a naturalistic setting, statues bring life and surprise to a garden.

Available in Classic Grey, Ivory, Castle Stone and Latin White.

Dimensions: height 800mm, weight 45 kg

Details:

  • Handcrafted locally
  • Makes a beautiful focal point for your garden setting
  • Designed to weather naturally and last
  • Made at Faraway Garden, NZ
Why we choose to hand make our products at Faraway Garden...
  • Great looks. They are individually finished to the highest standards with each item guaranteed to be a one-of-a-kind, character piece.
  • Long lasting and environmentally kind. They are constructed of premium quality materials, found locally, insuring each piece will truly stand the test of time.



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