Timothy Richards Models

Welcome to our Timothy Richards models store – shop for architectural models, single and matched pair bookends and doorways in plaster.


TIMOTHY RICHARDS MODELS


No10 Downing Street, London – Single Doorway

TIMOTHY RICHARDS - SINGLE DOORWAY BOOKENDS


Doorways of some of the World's famous buildings and houses modelled in superb detail and backed with felt for use either as a delightful ornament or as a practical bookend.

Somerset House, London – Split Pair

TIMOTHY RICHARDS – SPLIT PAIR BOOKENDS


A range of highly detailed building facades that have been split to produce exquisite bookends. Use them as bookends or push them together to form a single model.

Timothy Richards Single House Model Bookends

TIMOTHY RICHARDS – SINGLE BOOKENDS


Smaller models of some of the World's famous buildings and houses modelled in superb detail and backed with felt for use either as a delightful ornament or as a practical bookend.

Matched Pair Bookends – Post and Telephone Box

TIMOTHY RICHARDS – MATCHED PAIR BOOKENDS


Greek orders of architecture matching pair bookends, with inlaid text naming the various elements of the buildings and Classic English Post Box and Telephone Box Matched Pairs.

Models of buildings in New York, Washington & Georgian

TIMOTHY RICHARDS – MODELS


Generally larger and more detailed models of some of the World's famous buildings and houses backed with felt for use either as a delightful ornament or as practical book end.

Models of Grand Tour, Art Nouveaux and University College buildings

TIMOTHY RICHARDS – LIMITED EDITION or SIGNED & DATED MODEL


Generally larger more detailed and more collectable models of some world famous buildings or houses backed with felt for use as a stand-alone statement piece with the wow factor. Collectors pieces.


TIMOTHY RICHARDS HISTORY

Timothy Richards is a small company, based in the beautiful Georgian City of Bath, England. Tim has been making sculptures of architecture in plaster for since 1988. All of the sculptures are made by hand by Tim and his small, dedicated team. The work is believed to be unique in the world today. Plaster has permanence and is a beautiful and underrated material. It is the main material they use in making the sculptures. Additional materials used are etched brass, lead, white metal, glass and sometimes gold. They have endeavoured through text and images to convey the scope of the sculptures, however their weight and other properties are difficult to convey in this way, they are much better than they look! Central to the theme is that of architectural truth. Tim aims to use his love of architecture and model making skills to tell the story of architecture over the centuries. Some of the sculptures are designed to be used as bookends. Others as stand alone collectors’ pieces. Of course it's entirely up to you how you use them (though not recommended as a door stop please!).