Morris Singer

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Morris Singer is a British art foundry, established in 1848, famous for its sculptures, including Eros, the lions at Trafalgar Square and the doors to the Bank of England, plus also the figures of Henry Moore.

Morris Singer was established in 1848 in Frome by John Webb Singer, as the Frome Art Metal Works and is now based in Lasham, Hampshire.[1]

In 2006 Morris Singer Foundry Ltd went into administration. It was subsequently relaunched as the Morris Singer Art Foundry Ltd in Lasham Hampshire in 2011 with many of the original team of foundry-men and craftsmen.Morris Singer specialises in sand castings and lost wax process.

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