Handmade Gargoyle For The Individual Garden

Handmade gargoyles in stone for garden pond and wall fountains Gargoyle made in Germany the Germans love their garden and so they also decorate it. And it is always individual and high-quality. There were earlier still, garden gnomes, today handmade sculptures, busts and bespoke conservatories are purchased. More beautiful design the Germans want their second living room”. But very often, the commercial garden objects are available and produced in a large number of units in the far East at the hardware store. This is no shopping source for an individualist.

Now more and more products that are made of plastic can be found at Garden Jewelry. Garden art made of stone, such as granite are also to buy in the shops. Who look at the reports on child labour in Indian quarries then, desire loses ever on the carefree fun of the garden. Cheap stone products in Germany, mostly just indicating that they were produced in low-wage countries. Therefore, more and more gardeners are looking for individual garden products from small Manufacturers from the region, Germany and Austria. Usually you will find arts and crafts markets or looking on the Internet for relevant terms. Who wants to put stylish water who has a garden pond or fountain in the garden, in motion.

This works best with a Gargoyle. And since had the problem start. How do I do that? Where do I mount the Gargoyle and do I need a water circuit to do this? The most frequently asked question in this context but is this. Who manufactures Gargoyle that fit my needs? They should of course be Frost festival. Who would have to measure a Gargoyle, which can ask just a ceramist in its vicinity. Who like the style of the ceramist, is there also a solution for the individual gargoyles. But not who this way, looks for manufacturers on the Internet. A sculptor who produces small series as well as individual Gargoyle is Andrea Wenzel from Munich. It designs and manufactures its products in his own Studio. A selection of see text at hand-crafted gargoyles from the workshop: Wolfgang Wenzel