Bring a touch of classical mythology into your garden with this cast stone fountain.
The theatrical appearance of the mask is both intriguing and enchanting, making it the ideal addition to a contemporary or a classical setting.
Take simple precautions to avoid frost damage to fountains. Drain water off before winter every year. Only replace in spring once any risk of hard frost has passed.
|height||640 mm||25 ¼”|
|weight||42 kg||93 lb|
|depth||85 mm||3 3/8”|
|width||647 mm||25 ½”|
The Mouth of Truth Fountain is a relief featuring a god of the sea, his watery hair and dark eyes appear to peer into your soul, and legend has it that will bite the hand of any liar who places their hand inside, a kind of ancient lie detector.
Dating from the times of Emperor Hadrian, the original is situated in the wall of the portico of the Santa Maria in Cosmedin Church, Rome. The relief originally had its own square, the Piazza della Bocca della Verita, but was relocated to its current position in 1632. Featuring in the Audrey Hepburn film ‘Roman Holiday’, the relief attracts many visitors who queue up to have their photo taken with their hand in its mouth.
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