Tower of London ceramic poppy display

In November the poppies from the internationally acclaimed ‘Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red’ installation at the Tower of London went on sale to the general public. The poppy installation commemorated the 100th anniversary of the beginning of the Great War, and was the work of ceramicist Paul Cummins and theatre designer Tom Piper.

Blood swept lands and seas of red - Poppy installation at the Tower of London

Blood swept lands and seas of red – Poppy installation at the Tower of London

Blood swept lands and seas of red - Installation at the Tower of London

Blood swept lands and seas of red – Installation at the Tower of London

A local commemorative poppy owner approached us to devise a delicate and simple method of fixing her commemorative poppy to an internal wall to create her own mini Tower of London poppy installation. The team here at Ironart came up with this solution which incorporates two neat screw holes in the poppy stem and a forged scroll tail to finish it off. If you’d like us to modify your poppy in the same way, we’d love to help, please get in touch 01225 311273.

Tower of London Poppy

4 thoughts on “Tower of London ceramic poppy display

  1. I think this is the nicest way of displaying such a beautiful meaningful poppy. Please let me know how I would go about having this done and the cost. Thank you

  2. I was wondering how I was going to display my poppy and would also like to know how I go about doing what you have displayed above, and the price.
    Many thanks

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