LEO Marches On!

Bronze-Clad Walking Lion After Antoine-Louis Barye (LEO Design)

Today's a red letter day at LEO Design—we launch our new and improved website!  While our older website has served us well for several years, we wanted a site that allowed for bigger, better product pictures and would be reliable (under the hood) for years to come. Our new site allows customers to contact us via e-mail and jump directly to our Instagram and Facebook accounts.  We hope you like it!

Mountains of credit go to my webmaster extraordinaire, Brad Soucy, who created this new site—despite a super-busy life as a father, husband and technology bigwig at Virginia Tech.  If he weren't so busy, I'd propose all of you hire him.  You'd not regret it!  He's a talented artist, a super person and a wonderful friend.  Thank you, Brad!

This bronze-clad lion—also marching on—was made in the 1910's or 1920's.  It was modeled after the famous work by Nineteenth Century French animalier Antoine-Louis Bayre.  This imposing fellow measures over 16" long and would be a real statement piece over the mantelpiece, on a bookshelf or on an executive desk.  Please click on the photo above to learn more about it.


LEO Design's Greenwich Village store is now permanently closed.  While we contemplate our next shop location, please visit our on-line store which continues to operate  (www.LEOdesignNYC.com).

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