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A precious Lord Derby Apple cast in Bronze.

This sweet Lord Derby apple is cast in bronze with a verdigris finish. Alice at Pomarius casts direct translations from the original organic specimen into bronze using the lost wax casting technique which sees the apple through various incarnations from wax to clay to bronze. These natural specimens are found from gardens of historical locations and ancient trees across the British Isles. Each casting displays the unique characteristics and details from the piece it was cast from making each bronze individual and exquisite.

This delightful apple is finished in a traditional verdigris patina that will age beautifully. This unique piece would look stunning in a grouping or on its own in a bookcase or on a desk.




Bronze Apple by Alice Andrea Ewing of Pomarius for AUTHOR

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  • Cast and finished in the Pomarius studio in Suffolk.

    Real Lord Derby British Apple casted into bronze using the Lost Wax casting method resulting in a bronze work that is a direct translation of the original organic specimens, capturing every detail and curiosity of its form.


  • As these pieces are all individual, the measurements below are only a guideline:
    Weight: 720g
    Height: approx 4cm
    Width: approx 6cm

  • 4 weeks depending on Alice's schedule

  • In its first year this apple requires nothing more than a light tickle with a soft duster. The colour will continue to deepen. To keep the current patination you can re-apply a layer of any natural paste wax, once a year, gently buffing afterwards with a soft cloth. Should the apple become dirty, it can be cleaned using a little mild soap and water, rinsing well and drying completely before reapplying wax.