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The sculpture consists of interlocking forms with large bolts securing the pieces in place, suggesting an enormous chain link.
Title

Couplet

Date

1999

Medium

cast iron

Measurements

H 140 x W 118 x D 119 cm

Accession number

W4_JF_S011

Acquisition method

sponsored by Fuller Smith, and Turner

Work type

Sculpture

Owner

Hounslow London Borough Council

Custodian

Hounslow London Borough Council

Work status

extant

Unveiling date

3rd June 1999

Access

at all times

Inscription description

plaque on a wall by the sculpture reads: COUPLET / CHARLES HADCOCK 1999 / SPONSORED BY / FULLER SMITH AND TURNER

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Located at

Church Street, Chiswick

W4 2PH

At the corner of Church Street and Chiswick Mall, just past the church on a piece of paving next to the wall of a residential building close to the river.