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Morning Glory Sundial hand made in brass. The sundial plate consists of the dial plate marked.Sundials are a popular present or special gift. Personal messages can be engraved upon the face of the sundial.
The Apollo Armillary Sphere is one of those garden ornaments that exude a sense of class and style. Ideal as a gift for an anniversary, birthday, or in memorium. Cast in Brass, The Apollo Armillary Sphere also has a Brass band in which to inscribe a personal message, saying or name and date.
Antique Silver Armillary complete with stand, made from solid brass, and finished with our renowned antique silver finish.High quality design. Hand crafted in Poland. We have chosen to fill in the detail by hand with an antique black to highlight the lovely markings and give a feeling of depth to the decoration and numeral design.
Italian Sundial Pedestal can be used to display planters, urns, statues, sundials - the ideas are endless. Crafted of composite Stone for a quality look that will withstand the elements.
The Penhurst Sundial Pedestal is a simple elegand stand on which to place your Sundial Plate. The Penhurst Sundial Pedestal will age slowly in the garden helping to create that timeless attractive focal point that is so appealing in a traditional garden setting.
The Bedford Sundial Pedestal perfect for a small garden or patio. Clean design and light in colour, it will age slowly to a darker shade over time. Place the Bedford Sundial Pedestal in an open space to assure it receives sun throughout the day. Sundial Plate not included.
Adapted from the popular Linford vase. A Linford urn birdbath is also available.
A four part decorative millstone base.
High Renaissance style, a very formal piece, set on four elegant balusters.
Neo-Classical column with decorative collars. Ideal in a classical setting.
Sundial variation which features two troughs, one for feeding and one for drinking or bathing. A smaller sundial plate can sit in the centre and is ordered separately. Two doves by sculptor Everard Maynell are shown with the sundial.
The original of this large sundial was made for the garden of Great Linford Manor. It is a very fine example of the period and it is mentioned in History and Antiquities of Newport Pagnell Hundreds. In a description of the Manor House it states 'On the lawn, on the West Front stands the ancient sundial'.
A sensual waisted pedestal with a strongly defined square top and base. Shown here with a large brass open Armillary.
A very handsome sundial base with beautifully modelled masks of Father Time and scroll brackets at each corner. The decorative stem is set on a boldly moulded triangular base. A special fine quality plate is deserving of this plinth.Can be used as a fountain base
A small sundial ideally suited for the courtyard or parterre. Simple and symmetrical a classic Georian pattern. Sundial plates not included, see separate page for current range.
The hexagonal base and top of the baluster is beautifully complimented by its circular capital and base. This sundial works very well with a smaller size plate as shown here.
A medium sized sundial of a fresh design able to accept most sizes of plate.
A very popular sundial for square horizontal plates. Baroque in style with elegant lines and a generous bull nosed capital to compliment its regal base.
A larger size plinth with clean and precise moulding detail to its shaft. A truly handsome sundial that would look impressive in most settings.
A stately larger style sundial of hefty proportions especially suited to larger circular sundial plates.
A pleasingly proportioned baluster based sundial.
Sunrex sundial, an elegant regal sundial plinth which works equally well with either a plate or an armillary as shown.
The Oxted is another example of a sundial crafted from our large range of baluster designs.
This is a large and impressive sundial worthy of the splendour of Woburn. It is available with a square or round dial.
Sundials are an ever popular addition to the garden. Chilstone's Bedford sundials are named after originals at the ancestral seat of the Dukes of Bedford, Woburn Abbey.