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Here are some of our favourite pieces that we know will make fantastic and unique wedding gifts and occasion gifts.

Love Coffee Table

Arrange

Improvise

Sing

Teamspirit

Triumph

Whispering

Yell

Arum Lily

Kouros

Marilyn

Miss

Pensive

Plume

Pudique

Zen

Naked Tango

Giant Infinity Curve

Duo II

Barn Owl

Both Ways

Elise

Forever

In Line

Moving Emotions

What Will Come

Innocence

Horn and Hide Chairs

Beau

Escape (male)

Escape (female)

Sensitivity

Work Out

All Around

Bluebells

Burr Elm Angel II

Freedom of Movement I, II and III

Touch

Divine

Moondance

Kissing Arch

Polar Bear

Butterfly Seat

Blue Hydrangea

Dandelion Seed

Impala Leap

Elle et Lui

Lola

Re-united

Tenderness

Listen

Hu Wei Lan

Root Form Throne Chair

Hammerhead

Simplicity II

Orcas

Humpback Whale

Red Tail Kite

Crested Cranes

Diving Gannets

Perspective

'Alba' Barn Owl

Double Waveform

Passiondance

Doodle

Evanescence

Peacock

Cupola

Homage to Dobson

The Knot

Night Spirit

Monsieur Reynard

Leaping Hare

Chat

Faun

Strange Little Girl

Fanned by Currents III

Infinity and its Shadow

Icon Fragment

3 Flamingos

Pony

Artichokes

Root King Root Chair

Picardie Poppies

Allium

Cube

Wooden Freeform

Bronze Horse Head

Bhudda

Root Double Throne Chair

Caught in Time

Longhorn

Root Throne

Spectral Columns

Bespoke Commissions

Africaine

For a more extensive selection visit The Sculpture Park Website. Or better still, come visit us at The Sculpture Park in Churt, near Farnham, Surrey, GU10 2LH

Sculpture is the branch of the visual arts that operates in three dimensions. Durable sculptural processes originally used carving (the removal of material) and modelling (the addition of material, as clay), in stone, bronze, metal, ceramics, wood and other materials but, since modernism, advances in sculptural process led to freedom of materials and process. A wide variety of materials may be worked by carving, modelling, moulding, welding or casting such as resin, iron, stainless steel, copper, lead, steel, glass and almost any material that a sculptor desires.