The earliest origin of the Scottish Terrier will always be something of a mystery. The principal source of historical knowledge is found in religious works, literary fragments, and available drawings and paintings. The antiquity of the breed's ancestry is unassailable, however. Known by many names, the “Scotch Terrier” has been native to Scotland for several hundred years. It is believed that the original stock was brought in by the Celts, and probably the $candinavians. The Norsemen had been ruling the Hebrides and adjacent islands long before the Norman conquest, and there are records of the terriers which they brought with them. The Scottish, the Skye, the West Highland White, and the Cairn are all likely decendants of a common breed native to the Scottish soifand of Norse descent.
Giant Eagle on Rock
This is an amazing bronze eagle sculpture that will get a lot of attention. The eagle rests on a rock and the wings are spread as if ready to take off.
Magnificent craftsmanship, detailed work and a real tribute to this wonderful bird by the artist.
This piece features a special patterned patina to further accentuate its natural beauty.
Available by special order only, please call 302-738-2190