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PROUDLY MADE IN SCOTLAND
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History in miniature
Celtic Cross & carved stones
Pictish Cross & carved stones
Historic Architecture models
The Scottish Tenement model (A 004) has the option for you to choose from a selection of gable wall graffiti mural images. When ordering, please email me with your preference. If no preference is indicated then an image will be given at random. (This option is included in the price) Please note that these murals are not available for “The Street” model
I can also customise and personalise your model to your own requirements. There is scope to have your own shop names applied as well as a custom made advertising poster with anything you want added to it. The gable end graffiti mural on the Scottish Tenement (A 004) can be made depicting anything you can imagine. The van on “The Street” (A 001) can be painted any colour. I have even had “The Street” silver plated for a customer in the past. There is an extra charge for custom or personalisation options. Please get in touch to discuss your requirements and I shall give you a quote.
The Scottish Tenement model was originally conceived and produced in the mid 1980's by Sculptor, Mick Burns and his company, Broch Productions, where I was employed as a modelmaker/painter 1988-1989. The original model was inspired by a single tenement block situated on Dumbarton Road at Partick Cross, Glasgow. Broch Productions closed around 1990 ending production of this very popular line of products.
In 1992, I started a modelmaking company called Janart Models. During this time, I received many inquiries from the retail trade regarding the status of Broch's “Glasgow Tenements” line. Realizing that there continued to be a considerable interest in this product line, I began design and production of my own range of tenements, heavily inspired by Mick Burns' original work.
These models were well received and continued to gain in popularity over the next couple of years. In 1994, I sold my Tenement model range to Peter Honthy who at that time, owned the giftware company, Sherwood Products. Peter began to develop the models to his own requirements and enlisted the skills of renowned Scottish Sculptor, David Dannah, who sculpted subtle changes and modernised my original work. The new Tenements were marketed under the name Rooftop Models but due to unforeseen production issues, the Rooftop Tenements line was never released for sale. Peter kept his Tenements in store for many years.
In 2006, I opened Longline Studio around which time Peter approached me with the idea of producing the Tenements line once again. An agreement was made and after I made further changes to the original sculptures to make them suitable for resin casting, the Tenements were released for sale in 2007 under the aegis of Longline Studio. The Tenements line quickly regained its popularity.
Today, the range is in a new phase, The models have been completely re-worked and now depict the Tenement with a more modern architectural setting. Gone are the demolished gable walls and dirty stone, to be replaced by modern urban murals, advertising hoardings and shop fronts. The range has been developed to reflect modern tenement life and streetscapes, further illustrating the history of a typical Scottish Tenement over the past 50 years.
Sculpted by Mick Burns
Sculpted by Stuart Fellowes
Sculpted by David Dannah
Sculpted by Stuart Fellowes
The Inspiration Tenement Block