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Victorian Tazza handmade in composite stone in a classic traditional style. Can be used as a planter or a fountain, or simply as a decorative feature. This beautiful Victorian Tazza Urn will add a touch of beauty and class whether standalone or placed on a pedestal.
Nuneham Urn is handmade in gorgeous stone which ages beautifully creating an instant touch of classic timelessness anywhere in the garden or on the patio.Fill the Urn with cascading flowers and ivy or use as a base for a fountain.
Ornate rococo dressed Goats Head Urn decorated with vines,culminating with two goats and lead horns. This Urn can be used as a planter, vase or decorative feature. The Goats Head Urn can be standalone or mounted on a pedestal. Pedestal sold separtely.
An Urn of classic design in the Italian style circa 1600. This Italian Urn is lovingly hand made in composite stone and can be used as a planter, vase or decorative feature. Placed in the corner of a patio or border this urn will be a beautiful eyecatching focal point. Whether used with or without a pedestal this will be a treasured piece of garden display for many years.
The Boughton Tazza is a perfect urn for any setting, fill with bulbs, ivy, cascading lobelia and create a colourful focal point for ny setting!It can also be made into a fountain and the design is copied from an original Eastwell Manor. This urn is handmade in composite stone.
The Ritz Urn can be used as a vase, planter or decorative feature, its handsome, elegant design is copied from an original at the Ritz Hotel. The Urn is hand made in composite stone and can be placed on a pedestal for greater impact. Pedestal is sold separately.
William and Mary c.1690. Very decorative urn, swags of drapery tied off in four bows, bunches of fruit and flowers. Removable lid.
A vase reproduced from the Rothschild's fabulous chateau at Waddesdon. This grand vase depicts children gathering grapes and placing them in wine vats. Classical egg and tongue decoration to the rim.
Reproduced from an original at Lord Nothbourne's seat. Limited edition, each urn comes with a numbered certificate.
A superbly shaped urn designed for the Chalybeate Springs in the nearby Pantiles at Tunbridge Wells, where they can be seen today.
Also works well as a fountain.
A pleasingly simple urn that can be used indoors or in the garden.
A simple but effective urn with a striking decoration of acanthus leaves. Can be used as a planter or as a finial.
A stunning urn with a very effective basket weave decoration. Looks fabulous in its weathered state.
Inspired by the Brighton Pavillion c.1810, this exotic piece is octagonal with upturned lotus leaves on a scalloped base.
An unusual Elizabethan urn with scales and scrolled handles designed 500 years ago for The Hall in Bradford-upon-Avon. Recreated at Chilstone. Can be used with balustrading, on walls, pedestals or simply on the ground.
An interesting maritime design inspired by the Victorian taste for grottoes. Can be used as a birdbath or fountain.
Designed for the Wilderness garden at Great Linford Manor c.1740. The design is a plain ovoid with a raised Greek key pattern around the rim and a lid surmounted by a ball. Suitable for avenues and vistas but perhaps best in amongst trees.
Finial originally designed by the great Decimus Burton for the Royal Botanical Gardens at Kew. This urn was recreated from drawings stored at Kew after 120 of the original urns went missing during World War II. They were recreated from the drawings by Chilstone craftsmen and remain on the roof of the Temperate House to this day. The Botanical Gardens at Kew are a World Heritage Site.
This urn has been copied from the original designed by William Kent for the writer Alexander Pope's renowned garden at Twickenham. Pope's garden overlooking the Thames was laid out over a period of 25 years. It became one of the most original contributions to garden design ever made in this country.Although usually purchased together, the Popes Urn and Popes Pedestal can be purchased separately.The Popes Urn is often used as a grand finial.
Large William Kent Urn c.1735. Probably one of the finest urns ever designed by this celebrated architect and designer. Ideal for Avenues and vistas, four of the six original urns can still be seen at Longleat House.Although usually purchased together, the Longleat Urn and Longleat Pedestal can be purchased separately.
A Greek inspired urn with stylized decoration around the waist and large integrated handles. Also available with a lid for use as a finial.
French art nouveau urn which shows Egyptian and Indian influence in its moulded decorations. The body of the urn has water plants as its motif.
Christopher Wren Urn c.1700 with acanthus leaves supporting a fluted bowl. Very classical and dignified, can be used as a planter or as a gate finial. Ideal for planting, on a wall or decorating gate piers.
From an Italian original c.1640 The vase has a band of decoration running around the waist, with a charming rope rim and an unexpected square base.
Elegant simplicity, a hemispherical bowl on a turned stand with a square base.
William IV vase c.1835. The bowl has convex fluting with leaf decoration at the neck which has concave fluting. The matching pedestal has raised panels and moulded base. Ideal for planting used both indoors and in the garden.
Classical Roman design with graceful flutes and tall neck favouring tall plantings. Very popular used with coping or as a finial.
Very decorative urn complete with swags of hops and lion masks - the bowl supported on a discreetly spiral neck.
Highly ornate French urn c.1700, decorated with vines tied in a bow encircling a medallion of children playing. Base formed of upturned acanthus leaves. Reproduced by kind permission of Richard Cavendish of Holker Hall, Lancashire.
Graceful fluted urn with ornate lid. Can also be used as a finial. Can be used without pedestal for alcove decoration. Also suitable as an interior ornament.
William IV urn c.1830. The design is classical with large handles and bold decoration to the bowl and egg and tongue decoration on the lip. The handles are in lead resin finish.
A pleasingly simple pedestal with detailed cornicing and clear face.
This pedestal features recessed panels with classical proportions and an ornate base.
This is a simple pedestal with a relief panel on each face. Suitable for a plate or inscription
The simplest of all pedestals designed to compliment any design no matter how striking or detailed.