Trumbull’s display celebrates the World Cup finals

Jonathan Trumbull director Rod Canham with their shop window World Cup trophy display. Photo by Simon Finlay. Jonathan Trumbull director Rod Canham with their shop window World Cup trophy display. Photo by Simon Finlay.

Thursday, June 12, 2014
12:25 PM

Shoppers in Norwich are making a beeline to a long-established menswear store in St Stephen’s Street, which has a new window display.

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Jonathan Trumbull is celebrating the World Cup finals with a new display featuring a 4ft-tall metal replica of the World Cup trophy which has been created by local artist/sculptor Lee Martyn King.

Rod Canham, one of the directors at Jonathan Trumbull, said: “Obviously, we always like something original in the window.

“A couple of people have put their heads round the window and said it looks really good. We will probably keep it in the window for the duration of the tournament, or as long as England are still in it.”

Mr King, who lives in Coltishall, said: “They asked me to build it and it took me about a month to make using scrap metal. Hopefully, at the end of the World Cup, I will be able to sell it.”

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