Edge Sculpture Dogs
If you are buying a gift for a friend or family member that loves dogs, then the Edge Sculpture range of dogs is worth a look.
The Edge Sculpture dogs are always a popular choice, and the range has been added to by sculpture Matt Buckley over the past couple of years.
The range includes:
Staffordshire Bull Terriers
The French Bulldog
The English Bull Terrier
All Edge Dogs
Each breed is available in various colours so there is sure to be a colour that will be your favourite.
Dogs are officially the nation’s favourite pet according to a recent survey carried out by Country Living. Dogs make great companions and are loyal to their owners. Service dogs can be trained to help their owners with everyday tasks. Some dogs can even alert their owner of an impending seizure and keep them calm till help arrives.
A sculpture of a dog is a perfect way to honour a beloved pet or to give as a gift to a dog lover. It is an item that will bring years of pleasure and make a real statement as part of any display.
For help on how to choose just the right sculpture for a space, take a look at one of our previous blog articles with advice on Choosing an Edge Sculpture.
About Edge Sculptures
Edge Sculptures are recognised as the antiques and collectables of the future. They are designed and craftsman made in England by talented Sculptor Matt Buckley. They are thoughtfully sculpted with an emphasis on aesthetic design moulded with the mind’s eye. Matt gives each piece a unique feel with a dramatic mix of form, colour, light and texture to represent the character and spirit of the subject matter.
How Edge Sculptures are made
Edge Sculptures are all craftsman made at Matt Buckleys studios in Shropshire.
The original piece is moulded and given life using clay that is then expertly encapsulated in rubber to produce the parent mould.
The pieces are then cast from a durable composite granite and are vacuum sealed with a bleed as to remove compromising air bubbles from the structure. The curative period is then initiated and sustained until the structure is aptly hardened.
The piece is then meticulously examined and fettled as to outline the depth of detail and heighten the sculptures natural form. For finishing, they are then passionately coloured, shaded and detailed by expert artists to complete the creation of a masterpiece.
Dog Edge Sculptures
The Staffordshire Bull Terrier Bust
The Staffordshire Bull Terrier or Staffy remains one of the UK’s most popular breeds of dog. The Staffy makes a wonderful companion and is well known for its courage, intelligence, and love of children.
They originate in the city of Birmingham and in the Black Country of Staffordshire. The Staffy is directly descended from the Bull Dog and Terrier which was itself bred from cross-breeding the Old English Bulldog and the Old English Terrier from which it gets its strength and intelligence.
Staffies are bred in many colours including the glossy Red Staffy. A red staffy is a popular choice due to its glossy coat and good looks. Other colours in the Edge Sculpture Staffy range are Black, Brindle, Blue and Patch.
See the video below to see just how the Staffordshire Bull Terrier was developed.
The French Bulldog Edge Sculpture Bust
In recent years, the charming French Bulldog has seen a huge rise in popularity. This popularity has prompted the design and production of a set of four French Bulldog Edge Sculptures. The French Bulldog Sculpture has been a result of numerous requests by lovers of this breed. French Bulldogs are playful, smart and adaptable making them such great pets. They have large Bat Ears’ (a term used as a nickname for the breed) giving them a clownish and adorable appearance.
The nature of these dogs has been perfectly captured in four colours, Fawn, Brindle, Pied and Blue. Shown here is the Blue Frenchie which isn’t a Kennel Club recognised standard colour for the breed but is nevertheless very popular. Each of the French Bulldog Edge Sculptures has a stunning metallic hue on the reverse of the sculpture making it look good from any angle.
Probably one of the most distinctive looking of the bulldog breeds, the ‘Bristish Bulldog’ has long been a symbol of strength and determination. The Bulldog is a muscular hefty breed with a short-muzzled distinctive head and a wrinkled face. This breed makes a faithful pet as they are affectionate and kind and just love being around people. This Bulldog Bust sculpture perfectly captures the essence of this noble dog.
The Bulldog is one of the latest additions to the Edge Sculpture Dog range and has been designed in a limited edition of six charmingly British Colours.
There are also two standard Bulldog colours available, white and red.
Bull Terrier Edge Sculpture
The Bull terrier Edge Sculpture is a whole-body sculpture so you can see the shape, strength and character of this beautiful and distinctive dog.
Bull Terriers also known as English Bull Terriers are active, loving dogs known for their distinctive faces. English Bull Terriers suit active families really well as they have high energy levels and love human company. They are great for experienced owners who have the patience to train them.
The Bull Terrier Edge Sculpture perfectly captures the character of this dog with its very distinctive head shape that is part of its good looks and charm.
Five colours are available in the Edge Sculpture range, these include Red, Brindle, Tri-Colour, Bull’s Eye and the ever popular and most recognised, White.
Our Edge Sculptures are all delivered for FREE. If you want more details on any Edge Sculpture just get in touch with the Team at Progressive and we will be happy to help you.
The Dog Edge Sculptures featured here are all on display in our showroom so you can call in and see detail on each piece before making your choice.. Our helpful and knowledgeable staff will always be on hand to help you with any questions.
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