Verutum sursumus

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Seventy-five feet of pipe, and re-purposed spent armaments, heading skywards in a gentler way. The faux botanical name 'Verutum sursumus' is derived from the Latin words 'verutum', meaning 'light throwing spear'; and 'sursum', meaning 'above', 'upwards', 'skywards'.

Materials: brass, copper, bronze, shell cases
Dimensions: 67" x 26" x 24" (169cm x 66cm x 61cm)
Weight: 14lb (6Kg)

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