Water Feature in Patina Blue-Green with Red Accents, 62"h (Ben Owen III)
Water Feature in Patina Blue-Green with Red Accents, 62"h (Ben Owen III)
Water Feature in Patina Blue-Green with Red Accents, 62"h (Ben Owen III)
Water Feature in Patina Blue-Green with Red Accents, 62"h (Ben Owen III)
Water Feature in Patina Blue-Green with Red Accents, 62"h (Ben Owen III)
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Water Feature in Patina Blue-Green with Red Accents, 62"h (Ben Owen III)

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   Custom three-piece pedestal fountain in Patina Blue-Green.  Please contact us if you are interested in this piece.  We can deliver and install for a garden or other indoor installation.  Please, call for delivery and installation arrangements (336-953-9596).  Measuring 43"dia. x 62"h.

An installation fee of $1200 includes a water pump, plumbing parts, heater, and labor for install.   Contact us if you are within North Carolina and would request delivery and installation.  Out-of-state requests would be crated and shipped via freight.  Upon purchase, a shipping quote will be provided to your address for payment.  Thank you for your interest in my larger-scale work.  Sincerely, Ben Owen III.

   The Patina Green Glaze was first developed by Ben III, in the early 1990s while in college at East Carolina, as a glossy forest green made from the pigment copper.  When testing the glaze in the wood kilns back home at the family pottery, the results were strikingly different with many variations of color and surface.  If fired in the wood kiln with no salt added to the firing, the color will be a darker green with small crystals on the surface.  If finished in a wood and salt firing, the salt will brighten the color and create more blue-green hues with random small crystals on the surface.