How to Install a Bronze
Installing a bronze statue
When installing a sculpture, we feel it is important to have the piece on hand so you can better see how to install it. Each sculpture has nuts welded on the bottom, to which you can attach threaded rods. To get the exact placement of the holes, put chalk or pencil lead around the inside of the nuts under the piece and place the bronze exactly where you want it to be on the rock or cement base. Tap the sculpture and the chalk will fall and mark the drill holes. Drill the holes about ½ inch deeper than the longest rod. Give the holes plenty of width as some of the nuts will not likely be at a perfect right angle. Pour epoxy or quick set cement into each hole and place the sculpture.
Another way to install the piece is to use a template such as a piece of paper to create an outline of the underside of the sculpture and mark where each nut is located. Place the template on the base and mark where each hole needs to be drilled for the rods.