|Collection||Public Monuments and Sculpture Association|
|Description||An abstract piece of modern sculpture consisting of a shaped and worked block of bronze, roughly 3 metres high.|
|Additional Information||Ridirich is Gaelic for 'The Knight'.|
|Id Number Current Accession||TH052|
|Id Number Current Repository||UELTH052a|
|Inscription||Bronze plaque on brick base, incised capitals:
RIDIRICH / BY KEITH MCCARTER / THIS SCULPTURE / WAS UNVEILED ON / 16TH DECEMBER 1980 / BY SIR JOSEPH LATHAM / TO COMMEMORATE THE CENTENARY / OF GEORGE WIMPEY LIMITED
|Location||Aldgate, Greater London|
|Measurements Dimensions||Sculpture(285cm high approx x 180cm wide approx), Base(34cm high x 180cm wide x 180cm deep)|
|Notes||To celebrate the centenary of Messrs George Wimpey and Co. in the construction industry. An abstract piece of modern sculpture, a monolithic block of bronze shaped and angled, it is thought by some to be a representation of a knight's helmet.
Unveiled by Sir Joseph Latham.
|Rights Owner||Public Monuments and Sculpture Association|