David recently purchased two pallets of random stone sections at a saleroom in Malvern for a mere £30. Having looked at the pallets from his office window for some weeks he was taken by the idea that he could reconstruct a minature version of a stone circle similar to Stonehenge. Having spent half a day forming the circle, he sent images to James Ryelands at Sothebys in Sussex, and was advised to enter the item to their Garden sale. The reconstructed ring of stone made it onto the cover page for the sale and was purcahsed by a private buyer for several thousand pounds.