Oat Sheaf Fountain
The first new fountain designed in 2010 was inspired by the idea of a sheaf of oats, suggested by an eminent garden designer. I have based the design on wild oats, because the spikelet heads on each stem have elegant long ears.
The fountain takes the form of a bound sheaf of many oat stems with one or more heads curving over. Each spikelet head emits a fine stream of water from its long ear. The many fine laminar water streams form an ourwards curving shape, complementing the shape of the oat sheaf. These streams show up brightly in sunlight or lateral illumination.
The first version of this fountain design to be made has been exhibited at the Hampton Court Flower Show in July 2010. The full visual effect and sound is impressive and it was greatky admired at the show..
The fountain is suitable for a large pond in a garden, or a lake in a public space.
135cm high : £7,500
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