Emily Stone Copper Bullrushes Sculptures

bulrush sculptures

Technically, these should be called ‘reed mace’, but we all know them as bulrushes. The curl of the leaf brings a graceful line to the piece, and the shadows of the reflections in the water complement the shapes. They work well in large or small groups, or even singly, and can be placed in a pond or nearby. (Beware if your pond has a liner membrane! These rushes are installed by pushing a steel rod into the ground, then slotting the leaf and the reed onto it.)

Height varies, for effect, up to 150cm; all the same price, £95 each, including steel rod for fixing.