Item No: EXPQ-071
Size: life size or custom as your requirement
Wall Thickness: 5-6mm (can be adjusted depends on the size of sculpture)
Producing Time: About 30-50 days after receiving your order
Technology: Lost-Wax Casting Process
Material: Bronze/ Brass/ Copper
Advantage: Foundry Supplying Directly
This Brunswick Lion sculpture is very medieval. It is made of bronze from 1164 to 1176. It is the most famous landmark of Brunswick, Germany. In Brunswick, it is often called the “castle lion”. At that time, Henry, Duke of Wales (1129/31-1195), the ruler of Saxony and Bavaria, lived in Brunswick. Newlywed to British Princess Mathilda, he built the castle of Dankwardrod in the style of Caesar Farz, which is comparable to the nearby Goslar Palace The lion statue was erected in the center of the castle complex, as a symbol of duke’s authority and jurisdiction, and may also be used to express Henry’s power claim to Emperor Frederick Barbarosa of Hohenstaufen.
The Brunswick Lion is the first large independent sculpture north of the Alps in the Middle Ages, and the first large hollow casting since ancient times. The design of the lion is obviously based on Italian sculpture art. The exquisite design of the sculpture and the achievements of naturalism have shaped its unique artistic shape. We have rich experience and in-depth research in the design and reproduction of lion sculptures. We can not only understand the details of various lion sculptures, but also display various forms in front of you. If you are a lion lover or you want to decorate the courtyard or garden with exquisite lion sculptures, you can contact us, and we will make various exquisite lion art sculptures for you.
1. Confirming the details drawing/ 3D mold/ Pictures with clients.
2. Making clay mold according to drawing/ client’s photos/ 3D mold.
3. Lost-Wax casting bronze/brass statues.
4. Welding and Chasing.
5. Patina and wax surface, take all different views pictures/ videos, show to clients.
6. Packing into wooden cases after clients satisfied with sculptures.