Paul Margetts
   Sculpture and Metal-Work

Field House Farm
Worcs. DY9 9SS
01562 730003

Bookends and Fruit Bowls

All of these pieces are designed, and forged by Paul Margetts.

figurative bookends in metal, a sitting and pushing figure, by Paul Margetts

Figure Bookends, the forging of the steel gives power and vitality to the pushing and sitting figures. Detail below.


contemporay metal bookends with a pushing figure

stylish modern sculptural bookend in forged metal by Paul Margetts


bookends in a modern stylish design, a contemporary piece of sculpture

Ellipse and Ball bookends.

These heavy steel bookends have a strong sculptural quality. 180mm high


pair of bookends hand forged in metal

Folded bookends, each side is forged from one piece of steel.


bookends in a modern design in steel

Circle and Ball bookends

155mm high. Stylish and effective.


Metal fruit bowl, fruit basket in metal, forged bowl

Joggled bar fruit basket


fruit bowl in metal, metal fruit basket, forged steel bowl

Oriental design Fruit Bowl


fruit bowl in metal, a stylish piece of contemporay sculpture

fruit bowl in steel, modern contemporary design

Neptune Fruit Bowl
350mm high, 675mm wide


steel fruit bowl by Paul Margetts in forged metal


Chain Fruit Basket


Vine Leaf Fruit Bowl 450mm wide


stylish modern fruit bowl, hand made in metal

Flames forged steel fruit bowl

Approx 900mm wide


contemporary sculpture fruit bowl in modern design by Paul Margetts

Crescent forged steel fruit bowl

Approx 430mm high


 metal fruit bowl, a modern sculptural design for fruit bowl

Ribbon Fruit Bowl
Approx 550mm wide x 500mm high
(dimensions may differ as each bowl is made individually)


metal fruit bowl in metal fish bowl

Fish Fruit bowl


fruit bowl sculpture by Paul Margetts

Lance Fruit bowl

Dish diameter 39cm, overall width 80cm

contemporary fruit bowl in modern style


copper fruit bowl, steel fruit bowl

Oyster shell copper and steel fruit bowl

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N.B All designs are protected by copyright Paul Margetts 2015