This is a smaller spout resembling what's called a Lamb's tongue scupper which is commonly found on building walls to handle rain water. It can be used on a smaller swimming pool bond beam or an average sized wall fountain. The shape is nice round and friendly. If one was to accidentaly bump into it, the incident would be fogotten - there shouldn't be any permanent scars.
Vendor Information: Waterbearing is a one man fountain parts fabrication shop in Anaheim California (thats in the United States in case your wondering.) My name is Martins Zinbergs and Im the owner designer fabricator and janitor. My background is in Landscape Architecture. I was educated at Cal Poly Pomona where I learned a lot about solving problems a bit about plants and a bit about drawing. Ive since learned more about problem solving and drawing but have forgotten (what seems like) every botanical plant name that I spent hours and hours memorizing. I also learned that spending all of my time sitting in front of a computer is not my favorite thing to do.
A few years back I had the opportunity to change that. At the time I was caring for my sick father. His care required more and more of my time and it seemed that the best solution would be to find some sort of meaningful work at home. Ive always been interested in making things and the fountain part business was a natural extension of what I was doing.
So here I am making and selling fountain parts. You should buy some.
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