Does anyone know a good resource for nice copper fountain wall fixtures? Looking for a nice spout or something that is simple, classic, and well made.

Thanks.

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Hi Kevin,

Sorry I'm probably a little late here.

I would suggest www.fountainsunique.com. He doesn't have copper (I rarely see copper for this application), but he does have beautiful bronze pieces.

Chris Heiler
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Chris, thanks for the link. I actually did find another great company called Authentic Provence which has some beautiful garden ornament including brass and bronze spouts. However, i book marked Fountains Unique for the future. Thanks again.
Authentic Provence has some BEAUTIFUL antiques and ornament.

Chris Heiler
Editor- www.LandscapeLeadership.com
Hi Kevin,

Probably late with this but I just became a member yesterday so I'm browsing around. A couple thoughts on the copper fixture. I did a copper bowl fountain on a project here in Chestertown. I used a company on Oregon called the Oregon Copper Bowl Company (http://www.oregoncopperbowl.com/) and they made something to my specific size and curve requirements, etc. They obvious mostly do bowls but can probably make anything you want out of copper. Another idea might be to talk to someone like John Ramsey who makes custom light fictures over here in Chestertown. He is a real artist and works a lot in copper. No idea if he would do anything like a spout but could be worth asking. You can find him here: http://www.deeplandingworkshop.com/.
-Miles
Thanks Miles, I really like John's outdor lanterns. It's hard to find good quality work like that these days.

Very late on this thread but if anyone comes back to this looking for options, http://waterscuppersandbowls.com/ offers spouts, scuppers and also has copper finish options.

Not sure of what type/scale of project you're looking for, but I use two sources:

Waterbearing: http://waterbearing.com/.  This guy studied to be an LA

Fountains Unique

Both have good service and products.

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