Built of wood in 1345 by John I. Bishop of St. Asaph over the River Dee in Northern Wales. It was rebuilt during Elizabethan times and has remained unaltered to this day on the lower side and perfectly copied on the upper side when it was widened to handle heavier traffic in 1873. A square arch was added in 1863 to accommodate a new railway line.
Horse Brass: Llangollen Bridge
Horse Brass: Llangollen Bridge.
Made by ARMAC Brassworks, Birmingham, England.
Individually cast using only the finest British brass.
Casting includes a brass mix consisting of pure first-run brass rich with pure copper for superior color.
Hand filed to remove any rough edges left after casting.
Hand polished to enhance the natural beauty of quality brass.
ARMAC Brassworks has been creating high quality brassware for over 75 years.
|Dimensions||3.50 × 3.00 × .16 in|