London’s Endangered Species Sculptures Saved
An eight month campaign to save Barry Baldwin’s Endangered Species sculptures at Allington House, near Victoria, London has ended.
They were successfully saved on May 3rd 2013. The sculptures are now in secure storage before their new owner takes delivery and they are taken to their new home.
A massive thank you to everybody who has supported the campaign and thanks to Keltbray for the professional and sensitive way in which they handled the complicated salvage process.
The salvage took a little over one hour on Friday morning. Here is a time-lapse sequence taken by a professional photographer who kindly volunteered to document the salvage.
If you would like to keep up-to-date with the future of the sculptures you can follow their Facebook page Save The Allington House Sculptures.