17 May 2016

Welcome spring with some of our fantastic garden antiques

The good weather turns our attention to the garden, courtyards, terraces and balconies. Featuring a particularly attractive piece of garden antiques certainly works well in outside spaces and creates useful focal points.

Take for example this rare pair of 19th Cent Scottish Cast Iron Troughs / Planters. It is a very unusual pair of troughs from the Saracen foundry of Walter Macfarlane & Co. Glasgow, Circa 1870 with later zinc bowls, that will also make great planters.

We have in stock a lovely quality Late 19th Century French Wrought Iron Gate of elegant design, circa 1870. That again adds so much charm to the envirnment.
Or maybe you prefer this very large scale pair of early 19th Century English Stone Finials. These composite stone gate finials have been scraped back to the original finish and look stunning. (Circa 1840)

An antique garden bench is a must have item and this early 19th Century English Garden Bench ticks all the boxes. It is of good quality and in original condition. It is from the early 19th century. It is an English garden bench retaining most of the original paint, that will grace any garden. Wonderful shape and comfortable too!

All our garden antiques and statues