Celtic Circle of Life Sculpture
I've owned this piece for about 5 years, and it's been in 3 locations at 2 different houses. It continues to fascinate and intrigue, providing a two-sided "window" onto nature. Visitors ask, "What is it"? and I say, "It's a circle." The rest is up to them. Contrary to what some reviewers said, I haven't found it to be unstable or easily blown over. Simply remove the plug from the base and fill the base with sand from a home-supply store. The tongue on top of the base fits into a groove in the bottom of the circle. I had a big bush blow over last winter, but this sculpture, which was nearby, didn't.
August 10, 2014
This item is of poor quality and over priced...
I had to wait almost two months for the item to be shipped to me. When the sculpture finally arrived, I assembled the item to the base which was fairly simple; but unsteady. As I attempted to make the item more sturdy, it cracked exposing the poor material composition of the sculpture. I repaired the item as best that I could and placed the sculpture outside. After being exposed to the elements for only a few days, the sculpture started to discolor. For what I paid for this item, I doubt seriously that I will be purchasing any more outdoor sculptures from your company.
February 11, 2014
Elegant and unique
While not as Stargate massive as it appears in the catalog photo, this is an elegant garden feature that will visually direct the eye to whatever plantings are behind it. Simple and understated in design. The Celtic knot pattern around the border will meld nicely with most any garden design and echoes circular bird bath basins and beds I already have. Very pleased with this.
February 1, 2014
Interesting, beautifully detailed piece!
This was a 'must have' for our Scottish-Celtic-Norse collection and impressively anchors a corner of a 13' x 3' display area. Being indoors, weather is not a factor, but I am seriously thinking of getting one to attach to an outdoor wall. 'Celtic Circle of Life' is beautiful!
April 30, 2013
I was thrilled with this circle, big, beautiful and detailed. It get caught under some falling ice one winter and suffered a hole punched in the top. It was sad. We made repairs and still display it in the yard, but when I look....it's just not the same.
March 29, 2012
"Very light and unstable in the wind. After my first sculpture fell and broke in the wind, I drilled a dime-sized hole in the bottom of a new one and filled it with a small amount of concrete mix. Now the sculpture has survived several Oklahoma windstorms."
March 31, 2009
Exquisitely beautiiful piece, though very delicate. Wind knocked it over and caused several large cracks and chunks broke out. Needs to be weighted somehow.
March 3, 2009
Absolutely magnificent! I love it and have had many favorable comments. It looks like carved stone. One of my neighbors asked if I needed help from their sons to lay it down before a hurricane hit. I said no, picked it up and walked in the house with it! It does have a tendency to crack under our hot So. Fla. sun. However, I do intend to purchase another it if should deteriorate.
March 18, 2008