Timothy Richards | UK
UK Telephone Box Sculpture British Telephone Bookend Award | Custom Architectural Model | Made in England | Timothy Richards
Architectural Sculpture | UK Telephone Booth | Custom Model | Extraordinary Quality and Detail | Made in England | Timothy Richards
Designed by Giles Gilbert Scott, 1924
The cast iron red telephone box was designed by Giles Gilbert Scott for a competition in 1924 to find a suitable standard pattern of kiosk that might be introduced throughout Britain; this model shows his winning entry of the K2 design.
The most common type of telephone box is the K6 or Jubilee kiosk introduced in 1936. In 30 years 60,000 were erected. The characteristic dome is borrowed from Sir John Soane’s tomb in London St Pancreas churchyard. This shape is technical called Soanian Dome.
- Measures approximately 4.5 by 7 by 4.5 inches
- It weighs a little over 3.5 pounds
- This is a substantial, impressive, piece of art.
- The detail is incredible.
- Hand created in England by Timothy Richards
- This model is hand made to order.
- If you require this by a certain date, please allow us to know.
- Our complimentary, luxury gift wrap is always available
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