'When Duty Calls' Western Front, World War 1
'Duty Calls'. A Regimental Bugler calls forward the Battalion Reserves during an attack in Flanders. This is a lovely World War One statue asnd is a fitting tribute to all our forebears that served during World War 1. This is the cold cast bronze version and we offer this wooden base and an engraved brass plate as standard.
We are commemorating the 100th Anniversary of World War One with a collection of our finest military sculptures and this the fourth sculpture in the collection and it depicts a Commonwealth Soldier on the Western Front. The Battalion are going 'over the top' each man fullly loaded with assault equipment and ammunition. Our sculpture depicts a bugler sounding out to his comrades to bear witness to the attack and to follow on behind.
This sculpture is finished in cold cast bronze resin in a 'Victoria Cross' colour, similar to the colour of all the commonwealth war memorials you see in most British Towns and Villages.
Please remember that we offer a free engraved plate and therefore you may like to remember a family member who served in the trenches nearly 100 years ago.
All our statues include an optional engraved plate on the wooden base. On the bronze statues the plate is jewellers brass and the pewter/ silver statues have a nickel silver plate.
To add a plate to your statue please select the option above and enter your engraving details. Please note if the engraving is left blank no plate will be included. If you'd like a blank plate please write this in the engraving details.
Please DOUBLE CHECK the engraving as mistakes will require a new plate to be made.
On the engraving the text will be centred and the font sized to fit the plate.
|Base Material of the Statue||Cold Cast Resin|
|Height Including Presentation Base||14" / 36cm|
|Width with Presentation Base||6" / 15cm|
|Depth with Presentation Base||6" / 15cm|
Please be aware that these measurements are not exact and have been rounded for ease.
As every item is individually handmade the exact dimensions may vary slighty.