Mark Lloyd Riddell, a metal sculpture Hovercraft light fitting, inscribed with monogram and dated '95, 55 x 25cm Footnote:- These lamps were made by the young Scottish sculptor Mark Riddell. Mark drank in the Nineties in the Port of Leith, the legendary hostelry run by Mary Moriarty. The lamps were made over many months and hung for thirty years in the pub. The pub became more popular and has been frequented by Irvine Welsh (who later had it featured in his novels as 'The Port Sunshine Bar', and run by 'Sick Boy'). David Mamet, Donovan. Featured in a film 'New Town Killers with Dougray Scott and been the subject of countless articles and radio shows.