Person    | Male  Born 1836  Died 17/2/1912

C. H. Mabey

Categories: Sculpture

C. H. Mabey

Sculptor. His father and son were also sculptors and at one time the ran a joint business so it's not always easy to know who did what.

Also modelled the ornate dolphin lamp-posts on the Victoria Embankment and, according to Mapping Sculpture, created "full-sized models for the terra cotta enrichments on the facade of Hill's Bakery, London c.1887 which were moulded by J. C. Edwards (figure sculpture by Harry Bates)" but we can no more about this.

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C. H. Mabey

Creations Information

St Antholin Church, demolished

{On a plaque below the relief:} The church of St Antholin, demolished 1874. ...

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Temple Bar memorial

{On the frieze at the top of the monument, above the columns, text runs aroun...

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Temple Bar memorial - Victoria's first visit to City

{On the south side, below the statue there is a bronze relief showing the cor...

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