Previously Sold Garden Antiques & Ornaments 

Browse this archive to view some of the interesting, inspiring, fascinating and curious objects that have passed through our hands over the years. From classical garden antiques including statues, fountains, finials and urns to carved stone staddlestones, troughs, cider mills and wrought iron gates and benches, you'll find lots to inspire you.

  • £2,800 In Stock

    Item no:1623

    An antique limestone seat, the rectangular top carved with a border of drapes and tassels and supported by twin griffin bases. This is an attractive and rare antique garden seat which is both functional and a decorative feature. The surface has been recently cleaned to remove surface moss and lichen but will be quickly recolonised when exposed to the...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £950 In Stock

    Item no:1626

    A pair of antique cast-iron garden urns on associated composition-stone plinths. The urns are an elegant shape with wide egg and dart rims and an attractively distressed surface patination which doesn't obscure the detail of the casting. With the plinths they are a good height and shape to flank a doorway or arch.19th Century (urns)

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £1,500 In Stock

    Item no:1516

    A pair of large composition-stone lions, recumbent on rectangular bases and looking to the right. These lions are not a conventional pair because they are looking the same way but they have 'presence', with good detail and lots of moss and lichen. They were formerly in a large garden in Clent, North Worcestershire.Early 20th Century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £225 In Stock

    Item no:0859

    A carved limestone wall plaque, relief carved with a standing figure of a woman with Egyptian styled head dress.19th/early 20th Century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £360 In Stock

    Item no:1606

    A vintage garden table, the kidney shaped hardwood top on cast-iron frame all recently cleaned and repainted light grey.late 19th/early 20th Century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £575 In Stock

    Item no:1465

    A set of vintage garden furniture consisting of two French sprung steel armchairs and a round table, all now cleaned and repainted.20th Century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £295 In Stock

    Item no:1170

    A circular Victorian garden table with a weathered marble top set into a three-legged, cast-iron base, overall in good condition with crusty paint flaking off in places.Late 19th/early 20th century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £250 In Stock

    Item no:1189

    An unusual three-legged garden chair, made from wrought-iron with a round iron-mesh seat and surprisingly stable and comfortable given its rather quirky design.19th Century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £295 Out of stock

    Item no:1435

    An antique terracotta planter made from an attractive buff coloured clay and decorated with an Art Nouveau styled strapwork design. It is stamped on the inside of the rim 'J. Carter and Co., seedsmen to HM the King, London', for James Carter and Co. who were prominent seedsmen and makers of terracotta garden goods throughout the Victorian and Edwardian...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £395 Out of stock

    Item no:1396

    A vintage Lefcoware jardiniere, the bowl decorated with a stylised drapery pattern and raised on a tapered base with swags of trailing bell flowers. It is stamped inside the bowl, 'Lefcoware', for the Leeds Fireclay Company and is an uncommon example from their garden ornament range.early 20th century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £480 In Stock

    Item no:1561

    A vintage Lefcoware birdbath formed as a putto standing on a square plinth holding up a scallop shaped bowl. This birdbath was one of the most successful designs produced by the Leeds Fireclay Company and this is a particularly good example with crisp detail and very little damage apart from a chip within the bowl.Late 19th/early 20th Century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £480 Out of stock

    Item no:1584

    A large weathered composition stone figure of a girl in classical dress with grapes in her hair.20th Century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £1,200 In Stock

    Item no:1506

    A pair of weathered composition-stone sphinxes lying on integral rectangular bases. These are well modelled figures in the oriental style popularised by Thomas Hope during the Regency period in England. Sphinxes were also popular in France but were usually more elaborate, sometimes incorporating caricatures of leading figures.20th/21st Century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £195 Out of stock

    Item no:1360

    A weathered composition-stone figure of an oriental fox modelled in seated pose with a bone.late 20th century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £1,250 In Stock

    Item no:1235

    A good quality weathered lead jardiniere formed as a part draped urn held up by two putti now raised on an octagonal composition-stone base.20th century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £1,500 In Stock

    Item no:1613

    An unusual weathered garden bench, the long hardwood rails supported by three heavy cast-iron supports with lion mask terminals on the arms. The end supports each have ERII within a laurel roundel and also the name 'Henton and Chattell, Nottingham'. This bench was probably made to commemorate the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II in 1953.

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £250 Out of stock

    Item no:1627

    A well weathered composition stone planter of rectangular form on two matching feet. This planter is narrow but relatively deep so could be useful where space is at a premium. The front is relief cast with Romanesque style medieval imagery.20th Century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £120 Out of stock

    Item no:1567

    A pair of rectangular composition-stone planters decorated with lion masks and trailing foliage and with good planting capacity.20th Century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £180 In Stock

    Item no:1602

    A weathered tall jardiniere made in two parts from composition stone, the octagonal planter with drainage through the base supported on an octagonal column.20th Century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £300 Out of stock

    Item no:1591

    A pair of weathered cast-iron urns of shallow tazza form with a rope twist band under the rim. 20th Century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £140 Out of stock

    Item no:1573

    A pair of weathered composition-stone planters of circular form with leaf cast sides. Condition note: there are some hairline cracks over the rims of these bowls but, despite this, they appear to be stable.Early 20th Century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £695 In Stock

    Item no:1414

    A weathered composition-stone urn on a tall plinth with recessed panels. This is a weathered example of a Haddonstone Eastwell urn on a Queen Anne pedestal and has been outside in a Worcestershire garden for about 15 years.20th/21st century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £4,500 In Stock

    Item no:0890

    An attractive, Italian limestone wellhead of round form, relief-carved with fruiting vines and with a wrought-iron overthrow. This is a relatively modern wellhead designed as a garden centrepiece which has developed a weathered appearance after more than twenty years in a private garden.20th Century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £480 Out of stock

    Item no:1133

    A pair of composition-stone herb planters, moulded as woven square baskets with good weathered patination.20th century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £280 In Stock

    Item no:1545

    An old stone jardiniere consisting of a deep sandstone round planter on a tapered round sandstone base.19th Century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £695 In Stock

    Item no:1629

    A large antique stone trough, rectangular in shape with riven sides and supported on two associated sandstone blocks. This trough was reputedly once on the edge of the Malvern Hills and is a good size and shape for planting against a wall. 18th/19th Century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £280 Out of stock

    Item no:1610

    A old granite sink with rounded corners and a hole through the base. It probably originated from Cornwall and is an unusually neat example, most old granite troughs are rough hewn because granite is very hard and difficult to work with hand tools.18th/19th Century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £480 Out of stock

    Item no:1551

    A sandstone pump trough from the Newent area of Gloucestershire with a bowed front and drainage through one side. It is an unusually large example of it's type and could accommodate a variety of plants.18th/19th Century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £850 Out of stock

    Item no:1169

    A large and rare D-shaped stone water trough with a straight back making it suitable to be put against a wall where it could form the basin for a wall fountain. This is an unusual trough from the Herefordshire borders and is in good condition for its age.18th century or earlier

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £295 In Stock

    Item no:0991

    An old red sandstone mortar of large proportions and roughly circular in shape with drainage through the base. From the English/Scottish Borders.18th Century or earlier.

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £250 Out of stock

    Item no:1528

    An old limestone staddle stone, with well balanced proportions, the round top on a tapered round base.19th Century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £295 In Stock

    Item no:1511

    Two similar antique sandstone staddle stones from the Clent area of North Worcestershire with round tops on tapered bases. Both these staddle stones have good proportions and well established moss and lichen18th/19th Century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £275 In Stock

    Item no:1499

    Two similar antique sandstone staddle stones from North Worcestershire with square tapered tops on rough hewn tapered bases. Square topped staddle stones are quite unusual and these are characteristic of the area around Droitwich. Sold separately.18th/19th Century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £325 In Stock

    Item no:1503

    An old sandstone garden ornament carved as a stone mushroom with a domed top with a flat disc finial.late 19th Century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £480 In Stock

    Item no:1233

    An old cider press stone from Bridstow in Herefordshire mounted on a square stone base. This type of channeled stone was part of the equipment once used to make farmhouse cider and is sometimes called a drip stone. This stone could be used to make an interesting circulating water feature in a garden.18th/19th century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £325 In Stock

    Item no:1548

    An old sandstone grinding wheel from West Gloucestershire with a square hole through the centre and generally well patinated with moss and lichen. It would make a good round base for a sundial or similar feature.18th/19th Century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £495 In Stock

    Item no:1544

    An old sandstone garden bench from Yorkshire made up from salvaged stone elements including stone coping, a stone step and two pilaster capitals. The result is an attractive bench at a comfortable height which would add great character to a garden.18th/19th Century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £295 In Stock

    Item no:0878

    A well-made, single, wrought-iron gate of unusually large proportions.19th Century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £650 Out of stock

    Item no:0946

    A pair of good quality, wrought-iron gates with crook-style end finials and unusual interwoven lower sections.19th or early 20th Century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £95 In Stock

    Item no:1570

    An old rectangular hayrack which is, unusually, blacksmith-made from individual lengths of wrought iron. Most farm hayracks from the 19th Century onwards were made from cast iron.18th/19th Century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £500 Out of stock

    Item no:1576

    A rare blacksmith-made wrought-iron rose arch with a simple bowed shape and horizontal link bars. Very few early arches seem to have survived and possibly they were never common because they were relatively expensive to make. Wooden rose arches were probably cheaper and easier to source.18th/19th Century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £48 In Stock

    Item no:1468

    Two similar old cast-iron bowls which were originally used for feeding large farm animals such as bulls and oxen. They could be used as water bowls for pets or drilled through the base and used as planters. NB. two of the bowls in the photograph are sold.19th Century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £450 Out of stock

    Item no:1578

    A pair of large Portland-stone corbels carved with acanthus scrolling foliage. They are a little tall to be used as stone bench supports but they could be bases for a console type wall table or used to flank steps or a doorway.19th Century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £850 Out of stock

    Item no:1072

    A pair of unusual sandstone panels of rectangular shape, each relief carved with a pair of winged angels. These panels were salvaged from a demolished chapel in West Yorkshire.19th century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £625 In Stock

    Item no:1180

    An antique limestone keystone, carved as a classical female head on a rectangular rebate. This keystone would have originally been part of a stone window or door but is large enough to be an interesting garden ornament in its own right or could be rebuilt into a wall.18th or early 19th century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £750 In Stock

    Item no:1612

    A pair of unusual carved stone urns made in contemporary style with wide plain bowls on integral square bases. The stone is an attractive variegated marble with a cream colouration and reputedly came from the Lebanon.20th Century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £1,800 In Stock

    Item no:1648

    A large antique sundial, the calibrated bronze plate supported on a tapered square sandstone pedestal. The pedestal was reputedly once in a church in Bingley, West Yorkshire, since demolished, and has charming winged cherub heads on each corner of the capital top. The plate is signed 'Abraham and co, Liverpool' for the optician and instrument maker...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £2,400 Out of stock

    Item no:1645

    A pair of weathered stone owls in upright sitting pose with erect ear tufts. These owls are carved from Italian limestone and have been outside long enough to attract a good patination of lichen. They were formerly in a large Warwickshire garden. NB The owls have iron securing pins fixed into the stone bases which could be useful if, for example, they are...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £595 In Stock

    Item no:1639

    A large composition-stone garden urn with integral octagonal base. This urn is already well weathered and beginning to be colonised by lichen.20th Century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £4,800 In Stock

    Item no:1644

    A pair of Italian limestone garden seats with interesting decorative details including a lyre and amphora shaped urn carved on the back. The overall design is unusual and they have been outside long enough to develop a good patination of moss and lichen. The availability of a pair gives great potential for their use in a formal setting where symmetrical...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £675 In Stock

    Item no:1642

    A vintage portland stone birdbath of tall and slender proportions, the octagonal bath supported by a shaped square column. This is a good quality and original stone ornament which will create an elegant focal point in a garden.Early 20th Century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £3,000 In Stock

    Item no:1519

    A large vintage lead fountain comprising three stylized dolphins with entwined tails supporting a large scallop shell bowl with a pinecone finial. It is set up on an old millstone base which suits it very well and is an optional extra. This fountain is a striking feature which looks good from all angles and could be set up in a large pool or over an...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £525 In Stock

    Item no:1637

    An old salvaged sandstone gothic feature from Derbyshire consisting of an upturned spire section on an associated square plinth. The unusual design of this spire section gives potential for it to be used as a water feature with the water being piped upwards through the centre and running out through the six vertical niches. Otherwise it could be planted...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £395 In Stock

    Item no:1647

    An old slate water tank constructed from large slate sections fitted together and bound by iron tie bars at each end. A feature of this tank is that it still holds water and it could be used as part of a circulating water feature. Tanks of this type were traditionally used in kitchen gardens to store rainwater from green houses and similar buildings.19th...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £280 Out of stock

    Item no:1638

    An old limestone trough from Warwickshire of rectangular form with drainage holes drilled through the base. This trough is enhanced by an attractive colour and lichen encrusted patination and is deep enough to accommodate a variety of plants.18/19th Century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £240 Out of stock

    Item no:1641

    An old sandstone pump trough from Derbyshire of typical form with a rounded front with an original drainage hole in the front. This trough has lots of mossy character and is unusually deep for its size.19th Century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £960 Out of stock

    Item no:1425

    A pair of weathered sandstone finials carved as acanthus clasped balls on square tapered bases. These are sizeable gate pier finials which would be suitable for a large gateway. They are from Northern India and are carved to a traditional English design using a durable sandstone similar to York stone.20th/21st century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £395 In Stock

    Item no:1478

    A vintage composition-stone sundial, the tall and elegant round column with a square top and round bronze plate. This sundial was for many years in the show garden at Smith's Nurseries, St. Johns, Worcester before the site was redeveloped for housing.Early to Mid 20th Century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £480 In Stock
  • £1,600 Out of stock

    Item no:0005

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £1,500 Out of stock

    Item no:1727

    Boy with recorder, bronze resin

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £480 Out of stock

    Item no:1661

    A pair of vintage composition-stone herons each in a similar upright pose and generally well weathered with an attractive pale colouration. 20th century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £60 Out of stock

    Item no:1668

    An old farm feeding trough with a pleasing oval shape on four shaped feet. It would make a charming garden planter if drilled through the base or could be used as a drinking trough for pets if left undrilled.19th century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £85 Out of stock

    Item no:1665

    An old cast-iron farm trough, with two dividing bars and shaped iron feet. It is higher at the back so goes well against a wall and also has drainage holes drilled through the base so will make an excellent garden planter.19th century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £850 Out of stock

    Item no:1651

    A pair of antique stone urns, the bowls semi-lobed with leaf carved rims on raised collared and ribbed stone bases. These are rare garden urns with plenty of decorative detail and good weathered patination. They originate from County Durham in North East England.18th/19th century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £225 In Stock

    Item no:1666

    A vintage garden bench with a wrought-iron frame and wooden seat and back. Apparently this is a modified seat from a horse drawn trap and shows that creative recycling is not a modern concept.19th century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £120 Out of stock

    Item no:1662

    A well weathered composition stone birdbath, the relatively deep square bath on a tapered square column. 20th century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £180 Out of stock

    Item no:1664

    An old stone pump trough of typical rectangular form with a round front and drainage through the front wall19th century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £180 Out of stock

    Item no:1656

    An old stone trough from Herefordshire of roughly rectangular form with good planting depth. Condition note; the base of this trough sheared off when moved from its original position. This break has been professionally repaired and will be virtually invisible when weathered. 18th/19th century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £2,250 Out of stock

    Item no:1653

    A large antique sandstone trough from Ombersley in North Worcestershire, rectangular in shape and raised on two squat sandstone bases. This trough is large enough to hold an entire miniature rock garden and is already attractively planted to provide a framework for further planting.18th/19th century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £150 Out of stock

    Item no:1659

    An old wrought-iron garden gate in sound condition but with very distressed paintwork. Despite it's superficial appearance, with flaking paint and rust showing, this gate is well made with attractive detailing and original hinges and latch.19th century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £325 Out of stock

    Item no:1658

    An old cast-iron well pump of large proportions with original painted lid and shaped handle. 19th century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £120 Out of stock

    Item no:1657

    An unusual gothic chimney pot with a crusty white painted patination. This pot has lots of decorative appeal and makes a tall planter with great planting depth.19th century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £160 Out of stock

    Item no:1655

    A vintage fruit picker's ladder made from tubular iron with perforated galvanised steps. This is a well designed set of steps with a single balancing leg which is pushed into the tree. It is a useful and pleasing item that is surprisingly unfamiliar.20th century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £50 Out of stock

    Item no:1669

    Two similar rectangular cast-iron planters now drilled through the base and ideal for bulbs or summer bedding. We don't know the original function of these relatively deep planters but they certainly would have been made for a purpose.19th century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £480 Out of stock

    Item no:1663

    A weathered composition-stone urn on plinth, the urn with good planting depth and both parts with well established moss and lichen after many years outside.20th century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £0 Out of stock

    Item no:1654

    A pair of well weathered composition stone urns with good planting capacity and an attractive pattern of entwined vines. 20th century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £0 Out of stock

    Item no:1652

    An old sandstone staddle stone from the Malvern area of Worcestershire, the well-weathered mossy round top on a tapered base.18th/19th century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £50 Out of stock

    Item no:1669

    Two similar rectangular cast-iron planters now drilled through the base and ideal for bulbs or summer bedding. We don't know the original function of these relatively deep planters but they certainly would have been made for a purpose.19th century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £475 Out of stock

    Item no:1624

    Two similar antique stone troughs from West Gloucestershire, each of typical pump trough form with bowed fronts and raised on four stone feet. They are larger than the pump troughs usually found in the West midlands region and each have 3" niches towards the back of the side walls suggesting they were originally water troughs.

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £250 In Stock

    Item no:1711

    An old cast-iron pump from Worcestershire with original spiked lid and side mounted handle. This type of pump was typically used to draw water from a well, often lifting water a considerable height. It could be reused in a garden in association with a planted pump trough or as part of a circulating water feature.19th Century 54" high

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £250 In Stock

    Item no:1709

    An old cast-iron well pump retaining its lid and a long and stylish side-fitted handle. The column of the pump is stamped with the name, Godwin Quenington Glos, referring to either the foundry or, more likely, the retailer.19th Century50" high

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £675 In Stock

    Item no:1708

    An old blacksmith-made, wrought-iron paddock gate in good condition with graduated bars and original latch. The latch is unusual for still retaining the iron dropper which prevents the gate being unintentionally opened, for example by livestock. NB. There are two very similar gates currently in stock.19th Century108" wide (frame) x 54" high

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £325 In Stock

    Item no:1702

    A large cast iron tank, rectangular in form with a tap in the bottom right hand corner and holes in one end for plumbing fittings. It was probably originally raised on brick piers and used as a water storage tank in a farmyard or kitchen garden. It is a good shape and size to be reused as a garden planter against a wall. 19th Century36" x 19" x 19" high

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £45 In Stock

    Item no:1701

    Two old cast-iron pots, shaped as cauldrons on integral tripod feet with iron handles. These pots were formerly cooking pots and hung from a swing iron over an open fire. Now with drainage through the base they make quirky garden planters.N.B. There are three similar cauldrons currently in stock. Late 19th/Early 20th Century12" diameter x 12" high

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £595 In Stock

    Item no:1715

    A good quality wrought-iron garden gate with arched top, arrowhead dograil and well executed scrolling decoration. This gate was a private commission and is in 'as new' condition which includes the original hinges and latch.20th century39" wide x 78" high

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £480 In Stock

    Item no:1083

    A pair of salvaged sandstone obelisks on ridged bases which were originally finials decorating the gable end of a roof. They are a convenient size with an attractive mossy appearance and could be an interesting feature in all sorts of garden locations.19th Century17" X 15" X 26" high£480 for the pair

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £1,500 In Stock

    Item no:1104

    An antique stone jardiniere consisting of a large octagonal top hollowed out in the centre now raised on an associated square sandstone base carved with a column of flowers on one side. The top is carved with the repeating monogram 'GR' under a crown which is presumably a reference to one of the Georgian kings. The octagonal top may have once been part of...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £650 In Stock

    Item no:1712

    A large rectangular stone trough from West Gloucestershire with chamfered corners and a straight back making it ideal to go against a wall. The stone base of this trough was missing and made up with concrete but this has now been replaced with stone flagstones firmly secured to the walls so the trough will be robust enough to last for many years. It could...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £495 In Stock

    Item no:1710

    An old Cotswold stone trough from Gloucestershire of rectangular form raised on twin block supports. There is a remnant of an old iron frame fitted to one corner of this trough which was originally rectangular and went round the whole of the top. It was probably either holding iron partitions or securing a fitment for water depending on whether the trough...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £150 In Stock

    Item no:1714

    An old rectangular sandstone trough from North Shropshire with one well weathered riven side and one end with an old concrete repair.18th/19th Century40" x 19" x 12" high

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £395 In Stock

    Item no:1683

    Two similar tall limestone staddle stones, the round tops supported by tapered rectangular bases. Although from a Worcestershire garden these stones are carved from an unfamiliar highly fossilised limestone and probably originate from central southern England. In the previous garden one stone was dug into the ground more than the other so that they looked...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £525 In Stock

    Item no:1691

    Two old cheese press stones from Worcestershire each carved from sandstone with grooves at each end and with an iron eye bolt in the top which was used for raising and lowering the stone. These two stones are similar in size and weathering and could be used together as a plant stand or architectural element. They could also be used together as a mounting...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £375 In Stock

    Item no:1689

    A large antique stone trough from Herefordshire with a flat back and bowed front. This trough is from the same home as 1688 and has had similar old repaired wing iron bracelets but the damage is more extensive and the front has shaled at the base, caused by water seeping through a crack, hence the lower price despite being a larger trough. Both troughs...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £480 In Stock

    Item no:1688

    A large antique stone trough from Herefordshire with a flat back and bowed front. This trough is unusually deep for it's size and was probably originally either a water trough or associated with cider making. It has an old repair on one side secured with iron brackets bolted through the stone. 18th/19th Century37" wide x 31" deep x 22" high

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £275 In Stock

    Item no:1679

    A large sandstone birdbath, the rough hewn octagonal top on a square column and base. A feature of this birdbath is that it holds plenty of water and therefore can be used by larger birds.Late 19th Century20" x 20" x 31" high

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £325 In Stock

    Item no:1673

    A large sandstone staddle stone with a round top on a tall tapered base. This staddle stone was previously in a garden in West Malvern and is typical of the type of staddle stone found in the western parishes of the Malvern Hills area.18th/19th Century21" diameter x 42" high

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £650 In Stock

    Item no:1705

    A vintage teak garden bench, Arts and Crafts in design with a two plank seat and double rail back. This bench is made from high quality, large gauge teak and is still remarkably robust with only superficial weathering. It is longer than most teak benches and would be at its best in a large garden especially one with an Arts and Crafts atmosphere. Early...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £250 In Stock

    Item no:1695

    A pair of vintage wrought-iron garden chairs smartly designed with arched backs and side stretchers. These chairs are shabby superficially but are structurally sound and ready to use.20th century.14" wide x 37" high

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £595 In Stock

    Item no:1696

    A rare antique lead wall mask modelled as Pan with curved horns, goatlike ears and an unkept beard. The mask has it's original wall attachment projecting from the back, including a pipe to the mouth, so it could be re-used as a wall fountain. The overall condition and quality of the modelling is very good and it was probably made by the Bromsgrove Guild...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £725 In Stock

    Item no:1678

    An antique wrought-iron garden bench which has been recently cleaned and repainted. This is a very strong and well made bench with many years of life in it despite having been neglected in the past and allowed to rust. It is also relatively comfortable with a good sitting position which is not always the case with benches of this type.Late 19th...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £265 In Stock

    Item no:1703

    A weathered garden figure made from a marble-like composite material, now on an associated square composition stone plinth. Allegorical of Winter, the young woman is wearing heavy robes and holding a small brazier.Early 20th CenturyFigure 32" highBase 10" x 10" x 11" high

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £1,200 In Stock

    Item no:1672

    A weathered bronze statue of a boy dressed in Italianate period style landing a fish by his left foot and now raised on a rock-work base. This is a good quality bronze statue with an attractive blue/green patination and with it's fishing theme is especially suitable to go by water. The subject has been reproduced in the Far East in recent years but the...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £0 Out of stock

    Item no:1713

    A pair of wrought-iron drive gates which have recently been refurbished and repainted. These are top quality gates made from heavy gauge iron which have been reduced in height at some stage in the past making them less imposing but more versatile and easier to hang. They were reputedly formerly on the entrance to Hildred's Hotel in Skegness, Lincolnshire...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £0 Out of stock

    Item no:1684

    An old galvanised tank formerly used as a water tank but which could make an excellent large planter. It has an attractive weathered patination and studded details to the sides and top which add interest.Early 20th Century84" x 24" x 24" high

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £0 Out of stock

    Item no:1704

    A large copper planter in generally good condition with studded seams and an attractive verdigris patination.19th Century32" diameter x 23" high

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £0 Out of stock

    Item no:1698

    An old cast-iron hayrack in very good condition with three drilled fastening lugs. Flat hayracks of this type are ideal for use as wall mounted flower baskets.19th century38" wide x 22" high

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £0 Out of stock

    Item no:1687

    A long cast-iron trough with a moulded top edge and drainage through the base. This trough is unusually long for a cast iron product produced from a single casting and presumably was made for a specific farm or estate function. It is relatively deep so is ideal as a flower planter against a bare wall or on a large terrace.19th Century93" x 15" x 10" high

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £0 Out of stock

    Item no:1694

    An old Cotswold limestone staddle stone from the Winchcombe area of Gloucestershire. The round top is supported on a rugged square tapered base and has the warm honey coloured patination typical of Cotswold stone.19th/19th Century22" diameter x 28" high

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £0 Out of stock

    Item no:1699

    An old stone sink of rectangular form and shallow in depth with a drainage hole at one end.19th century32" x 18" x 6" high

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £0 Out of stock

    Item no:1671

    Two old staddle stones made from coarse grained Herefordshire sandstone with weathered composition stone round tops. Compared to many old staddle stones they are quite slim and petite which means they can be successfully accommodated in a smaller garden. They were previously in a cottage garden on the Bromyard Downs, Herefordshire.18th/19th Century14"...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £0 Out of stock

    Item no:1707

    An old sandstone trough from the Malvern area, rectangular in shape with riven sides raised on twin block supports. 18th/19th Century27" x 18" x 16" high

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £0 Out of stock

    Item no:1706

    An old rectangular stone trough from West Gloucestershire with chiselled sides and niches cut into the end walls originally to secure water pipes. Raised on twin blocks this is an ideal trough for alpines and it still holds some of the alpines planted by the previous owner. 18th/19th Century32" x 16" x 15" high

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £0 Out of stock

    Item no:1674

    An interesting carved portland stone figure of a young girl in a plain dress with her left hand arranging her hair. Previously in a large garden in Warwickshire the background to this statue is not known but from the unworked back it was designed to go against a wall, possibly within a niche. The original base is missing and it has now been mounted onto a...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £0 Out of stock

    Item no:1677

    A good pair of portland stone urns, the semi-lobed bowls with plain rims and drainage through the centre of the bowl. These rare, good sized urns were reputedly formerly in the gardens of a villa overlooking the Tamar estuary. Condition note, the socle of one base has a small repair in portland stone which has left one base looking whiter and cleaner than...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £0 Out of stock

    Item no:1685

    A vintage wrought-iron garden bench, structurally sound and with an attractively distressed appearance. This is a relatively uncommon two seater version of this type of bench and also benefits from a comfortable sitting position. Early 20th Century48" wide

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £0 Out of stock

    Item no:1621

    A vintage wrought-iron bench of sound riveted construction but with shabby original paintwork, the back raked backwards and shaped for three sitters to improve comfort. Unusually this bench has an oval trade label reading "made by Faulkners Ltd Colnbrook Bucks phone 167" for the engineering firm of that name who presumably made benches as a small part of...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £180 In Stock

    Item no:1725

    A weathered teak garden bench of typical form with a shaped seat and a trade label on one end for 'RA Lister and Company Ltd'.  NB. Condition note—there is an old repair underneath one of the seat rails with the screws visible from above.  20th century.62" wide. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £295 In Stock

    Item no:1727

    An old stone pump trough in good condition with a rounded front and original drainage hole through the base.  18th/19th century. 30" x 18" x 9" high. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £650 In Stock

    Item no:1730

    A pair of old limestone staddle stones from Oxfordshire with mossy round tops on tapered rectangular bases. These stones are very evenly matched and make a good pair.  NB. Condition note—The bases of these staddle stones were previously stored lying on their sides so one side of each is relatively unweathered but this will change once they are exposed to...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £395 In Stock

    Item no:1729

    An old stone pump trough of large proportions with a rounded front with original drainage hole through the base of the front. This is a characterful old trough with riven surfaces, good colouration and pleasingly uneven sides, usually a sign of an early trough.  18th century or earlier.  35" x 23" x 15" high. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £95 In Stock

    Item no:1728

    An old stone wheel which was formerly a sharpening stone and would have had iron handle through the square hole in its centre.  19th century.  27" diameter. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £275 In Stock

    Item no:1722

    An old cast-iron pump with a shaped side handle and pointed finial, and a shield shaped stamp on one side for 'Bamfords Pumps'.  19th century.  60" high. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £1,600 In Stock

    Item no:1716

    A weathered statue of Venus bathing, after the original by Christophe-Gabriel Allegrain, on an old portland stone column. The figure is made from reconstituted Italian marble and is exceptionally well weathered with lots of moss and lichen. The position of the head looking down means that the statue is best appreciated on a suitable plinth which brings it...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £900 In Stock

    Item no:1721

    A pair of good quality vintage garden armchairs, the seats and backs made from a fine iron mesh fastened to a wrought-iron frame. These chairs are both stylish and comfortable and are also light enough to be easily moved around on grass.  NB. Condition note—these chairs are structurally sound but superficially shabby with tired and flaking paint and rust...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £180 In Stock

    Item no:1718

    An old galvanised iron, barrel-shaped planter with good planting depth. This planter currently holds water and could be used as a water butt, if required.  19th or early 20th century.  22" diameter x 32" high. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £550 In Stock

    Item no:1723

    An attractive old stone double trough from Herefordshire raised on two stone block supports. Double troughs with a central partition are relatively rare and were originally feeding troughs intended to go through a wall so that farm animals, usually pigs, could be fed separately. This is a particularly good example with plenty of internal depth for...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £1,275 In Stock

    Item no:1724

    An antique cast-iron fountain of elegant proportions, the single bowl raised on a tapered fluted support. The general condition of this fountain is good although it is superficially distressed with peeling layers of paint and rust showing through in places, a look which enhances its decorative appeal for some people. It could be reused either as a...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £875 In Stock

    Item no:1720

    An antique terracotta planter rectangular in form with good internal depth and made from a high-fired yellow clay. The decoration is neoclassical in style with anthemion centred scrolling foliage on the sides and lion masks at each end. Although not apparently stamped, this planter was probably made by J Armitage and Son who established the Wharncliffe...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £3,950 In Stock

    Item no:1726

    An old cider mill from Winchcombe, Gloucestershire, consisting of two halves together with the original large roller stone. Cider mills were once driven by farm animals such as heavy horses or oxen and were used to crush apples prior to extracting the juice for cider making. Typically they were made, as is this example, from hard-wearing millstone...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £225 In Stock

    Item no:1731

    A vintage galvanised rectangular tank in generally good condition with studded seams and a dull grey colouration. This tank would make an attractive large planter for a location with a large space to fill.  Early 20th century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £375 In Stock

    Item no:1732

    An antique limestone staddle stone from the Winchcombe area of Gloucestershire, the round top supported on a tapered round base. This is a substantial staddle stone with good colouring and it has a distinctive hole on one side which was originally for a wooden tether peg which would have helped to secure the rick with a rope or tarpaulin.  18th/19th...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £150 In Stock

    Item no:1733

    An old cast iron rectangular farm trough with good internal depth for planting and generally in good condition with a rusty aged patination.  19th century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £575 In Stock

    Item no:1735

    A weathered teak Lutyens style bench with an arched back and roll over arms. This is a good quality bench with an attractive silvery patination which has probably been steam cleaned at some stage in the past to remove some of the colinising lichen.  20th century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £1,250 In Stock

    Item no:1737

    A large stone water trough, rectangular in shape with a very thick base and three holes along the top of the front face which were presumably for tethering animals while they drank. Although bought from a private English garden, this is an imported trough, probably originating from China, which has two outstanding qualities. Firstly, it definitely holds...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £195 In Stock

    Item no:1739

    An old Cotswold stone trough, rectangular in shape with rounded corners and a vertical crack in one corner which doesn't threaten its structural stability. This trough has a particularly attractive colour and surface patination.  18th century or earlier. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £540 Out of stock

    Item no:1740

    A pair of weathered composition-stone urns, the romanesque style round bowls supported on round bases. These urns have a particularly attractive patination which looks very like aged portland stone. They are a good size and shape for planting with Summer flowers.  Late 20th century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £375 In Stock

    Item no:1741

    Two good quality limestone staddle stones, the round tops on tapered square bases. These staddle stones are a well balanced shape and have a very good weathered patination.  NB. There are some superficial marks around the base caused by a nylon strimmer. They should quickly weather over in a garden location.  18th/19th century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £240 In Stock

    Item no:1744

    An old limestone garden trough from Gloucestershire, hexagonal in shape with good colouration and an attractive rough-hewn quality.  18th century or earlier. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £360 In Stock

    Item no:1745

    Two old limestone staddle stones, the round tops raised on tapered square bases. These staddle stones are an attractive shape and colour with lots of moss and lichen. NB. There are superficial marks around the base caused by a nylon strimmer.  18th/19th century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £960 In Stock

    Item no:1746

    A modern silhouette sculpture of a boy climbing a railing in the style of Banksy. Made from black painted steel on an oval base plate this is a quirky garden ornament which could be very effective in the right location.  Judy Boyt is an artist and sculptor who specialises in animal studies especially of horses and dogs. Among many successful commissions...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £3,600 In Stock

    Item no:1747

    A tall, contemporary garden sculpture of a female figure sitting on a post, her hands resting on her knees. Made from stone resin, this figure has been outdoors for a number of years. It is signed to the base with the artists monogram and the edition number in Roman numerals, one of nine.  Helen Sinclair is a well established artist who has worked as a...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £2,800 In Stock

    Item no:1748

    A modern sculpture of a woman in a long dress striding forward with a baby in a papoose on her back. This figure is typical of part of Helen Sinclair's body of work where she seeks to capture a sense of movement in her sculpture. It is made from stone resin and is part weathered having been outdoors for a number of years in a private garden. it is signed...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £2,250 In Stock

    Item no:1749

    A semi abstract sculpture of a female figure sitting upright with her legs to one side conveying a sense of elegance and poise. Made from stone resin this figure has been outdoors for a number of years. It is signed to the base with the artist's monogram and the edition number in Roman numerals, three of nine.  Helen Sinclair is a well established artist...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £1,200 In Stock

    Item no:1750

    A modern bust of a head with elongated neck in the style of Picasso. Made from stone resin, this figure has been outdoors in a private garden for a number of years. It is signed to the base with the artist's monogram and the edition number in Roman numerals, two of twelve.  Helen Sinclair is a well established artist who has worked as a full time sculptor...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £275 In Stock

    Item no:1751

    An old sandstone staddle stone from Gloucestershire, the wide flat top supported by a tapered square base.  18th/19th Century.

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £275 In Stock

    Item no:1753

    Two old limestone staddle stones from Berkshire, the round tops supported on tapered bases. These stones are made from a pale coloured limestone similar to Portland stone and are well weathered with lots of lichen and moss. N.B. The larger staddle stone had a large chunk sheared off at the base which has been reaffixed to improve stability. Price shown is...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £850 In Stock

    Item no:1755

    Jon Clift; a galvanised steel sculpture of ginkgo leaves on twisted stems. This sculpture creates interest with its exaggerated scale and asymmetrical design which makes interesting shadows and angles. It is supported on a cross base which could be buried underground. Jon Clift is an artisan blacksmith based in rural Herefordshire who uses mainly...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £725 In Stock

    Item no:1756

    An antique lead water pump with two outlets and the maker's name and date on the front reading 'H. Jenkins. Plummer. 1794'. This pump was probably originally housed within a wooden frame which supported the iron handle and the internal plumbing. It has more detail on the front than is usual, normally it was only the front of the square box around the...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £1,650 In Stock

    Item no:1770

    A handed pair of Italian terracotta griffins each winged creature with one foot resting on a plain ball. These mythical creatures are ideal to be used as finials on gate piers, or either side of a doorway or step. They have been outside for a number of years and are part weathered but otherwise undamaged. Each one has a makers stamp to the base reading...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £875 In Stock

    Item no:1757

    An old salvaged limestone feature from Lincolnshire, consisting of a hexagonal stone raised on a large tapered square base. The hexagonal stone is carved with a continuous gothic arch with alternate shields and heads although most of the detail is lost due to weathering. There is a square recess in the centre which may be planted with drought resistant...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £320 In Stock

    Item no:1760

    A pair of weathered composition stone round planters decorated with a continuous hoop and swag pattern. These unusual planters were apparently made by Empire Stone of Narborough, Leicestershire, a company which operated throughout most of the 20th Century producing mainly precast building products but also a little known range of garden ornaments. These...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £320 In Stock

    Item no:1761

    A pair of very well weathered composition stone planters, round in form and decorated with a band of hoops and swags. These planters came from the same home as item no. 1760 and were also made by Empire Stone of Narborough, Leicestershire.  20th Century.

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £750 In Stock

    Item no:1762

    An antique marble putto, standing naked next to a rocky outcrop and holding a basket of fruit, on a tapered square bale. This is a rare garden statue which might be quite early and retains its main features despite being heavily weathered. Carved puttos were popular subjects in early formal gardens, most of which disappeared when the fashion for English...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £395 In Stock

    Item no:1763

    An antique carved marble putto dressed in a smock standing next to a square pedestal carved with a dial. The dial appears to be a clock face and the statue is probably an allegorical reference to time. It came from  the same home as time no. 1762 and is similar in scale and appearance. NB. This statue has an old repair to the neck and has also lost its...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £495 In Stock

    Item no:1771

    A vintage composition-stone jardiniere, the round bowl on a column decorated with putti linking hands in a circle. The bowl is large enough to be planted with flowering plants and drains through the centre. With a weathered patination this jardiniere makes an unusual and attractive garden feature.  20th century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £240 In Stock

    Item no:1772

    An old rectangular stone trough from Leek, Staffordshire, made from a hard crystaline stone which is attractively pale in colour underneath a well established covering of moss. This trough has good planting depth for it's size, 7" approx, and an original square drainage hole on one side.  18th/19th century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £595 In Stock

    Item no:1773

    A vintage composition stone bench, the two part top supported on three shaped supports. This bench was made by Empire Stone of Narborough, Leicestershire, who mainly produced cast stone building products but also made a little known range of garden ornaments. The bench is weathered on exposed surfaces but otherwise in good condition for it's age.  Mid...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £4,950 In Stock

    Item no:1774

    David Norris; an elegant modern bronze figure of a young girl standing tiptoe with her left arm raised and supporting a montage of three small birds. Modelled in part on one of David's children this figure is plumbed and can be used as a fountain with the water emerging from the girl's raised hand. It was originally called 'Golden Girl' because of its...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £275 In Stock

    Item no:1775

    A vintage terracotta urn on plinth, the urn classical in style with twin handles and permanently fixed to the square plinth. The strong red colour of the terracotta suggests that this urn may have been made in the North Midlands but there do not appear to be any maker's marks. Early to mid 20th century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £480 In Stock

    Item no:1776

    A rectangular stone trough from the Leek area of Staffordshire raised on two stone supports. This was originally a stone gate post which has been hollowed out on one side, possibly originally to make a feeder for farm animals. Although not very deep, approx 5" internally, this is a sizeable trough which is currently attractively planted with a variety of...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £225 In Stock

    Item no:1777

    An old sandstone trough from Leek, Staffordshire, roughly rectangular in shape with a square drainage hole on one side and good internal planting depth relative to its size (approx 6").  18/19th century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £280 In Stock

    Item no:1779

    A large antique rough hewn sandstone trough from the Leek area of Staffordshire, roughly rectangular in shape with a drainage hole through one long side.  18th/19th century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £225 In Stock

    Item no:1780

    An antique sandstone trough originally from Hatherton Hall near Cannock, Staffordshire, of rectangular form with riven sides and lots of well established moss.  18th/19th century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £250 In Stock

    Item no:1781

    An old sandstone pump trough originally from Hatherton Hall near Cannock, Staffordshire, of typical form with a bowed front and riven sides.  18th/19th century.

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £575 Out of stock

    Item no:1782

    A vintage lead birdbath, the round bowl supported by two putti on a rockwork base. This is an attractive and well modelled birdbath which has the dark grey surface patination typical of early 20th century leadwork.  Early 20th century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £240 In Stock

    Item no:1783

    An old sandstone trough from Herefordshire, rectangular in form with stippled sides and drainage through the base. NB condition note. There is an old vertical crack in one wall but it doesn't go below the thick stone base so shouldn't threaten the long term stability of the trough.  18th/19th century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £325 In Stock

    Item no:1784

    An old red sandstone staddlestone from North Worcestershire, the mossy domed top on a tapered round base. This is a tall and characterful stone and a good example of the type of staddlestone originally found on the old red sandstone outcrops running North of Ombersley.  18th century or earlier. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £295 In Stock

    Item no:1785

    An old limestone trough from Gloucestershire with a bowed front and straight back making it ideal to go against a wall. It has good internal planting depth (10") and drainage through the base.  18th/19th century.

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £895 In Stock

    Item no:1787

    An antique limestone trough from near Winchcombe, Gloucestershire, on two tapered limestone supports. This trough was dug out of the ground at the top of Gretton Hill many years ago and is probably an ancient trough. There is some uncertainty about its original use but our best guess is that it captured water from a spring to provide a drinking trough for...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £695 In Stock

    Item no:1788

    A large rectangular stone trough from Worcestershire raised on two stone blocks. Unearthed in the garden at Lingen Farm, Martley, it would originally have been a feed trough for large farm animals such as cattle or horses. It is extremely heavy but a great planter for a location where there is lots of space available. NB condition note. There is an old...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £1,250 In Stock

    Item no:1790

    An antique lead fountainhead cast as a dragon with an integral backplate for fitting to a wall. This is an unusual object with good definition which projects well out from the backplate and could be the principal feature in a circulating wall fountain. It was originally in a large garden in North Worcestershire and was probably made by the Bromsgrove...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £3,500 In Stock

    Item no:1792

    An old cider mill from a farm on the Cotswold escarpment overlooking Cheltenham but made from Monmouthshire gritstone. The effort required in a horse-drawn age to transport large lumps of stone over long distances is mind boggling and shows the importance of cider making before the industrialisation of farming. This is an especially good example of an old...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £280 In Stock

    Item no:1793

    A vintage galvanised trough on stand from Gloucestershire which would have been used originally on a livestock farm. It makes a large raised planter with generous planting capacity and has an attractive light grey colouration.  Early 20th century.  38" x 25" x 33" high.

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £95 In Stock

    Item no:1794

    An old galvanised farm storage bin with a hinged lid which could be used as a planter against a wall with the lid up. Although there is a tap at one end this bin no longer holds water but it does have an attractive weathered patination and good studded details.  Early 20th century.  34" x 21" x 21" high.

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £0 In Stock

    Item no:1795

    A vintage composition-stone round planter with an attractive weathered patination and good internal planting depth. According to the previous owners this planter had a connection to Fotheringhay Castle, Northamptonshire.  Early 20th century.  16" diameter x 17" high. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £850 In Stock

    Item no:1797

    An antique wrought iron garden bench of riveted construction with shaped parallel bars on the back and seat. This is an old bench which has been cleaned and repainted and is both strong and comfortable.  Late 19th/early 20th century.  72" wide. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £275 In Stock

    Item no:1798

    An old rectangular stone trough from West Gloucestershire with very good planting depth for its size. It was originally a drinking trough for pigs and there are two notches in the sides to locate water pipes. Drainage holes have since been drilled through the base but otherwise it is in sound condition with good colouration.  NB. There are mason's marks...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £295 In Stock

    Item no:1799

    An old stone sink form Herefordshire of typical rectangular form raised on two stone block supports. Being raised makes this sink a more visible feature for planting with alpines or herbs.  19th century.  36" x 18" x 14" high overall. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £595 In Stock

    Item no:1800

    An antique cast-iron urn with distinctive gothic style decoration and twin dog's head handles. We haven't yet identified the maker of this urn but it is a good quality casting and was probably made by one of the leading foundries such as Handyside of Derby.  NB condition note: This urn has an old repair to the rim and is in ex-garden condition with...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £1,275 In Stock

    Item no:1801

    An antique lead garden figure of a boy fishing by a rocky outcrop wearing period clothes including a broad rimmed straw hat. Based on a 19th century original this is an attractive subject for a location next to water. The statue is exceptionally well cast with good detail and an attractive weathered patination.  Early 20th century.  29" high. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £280 In Stock

    Item no:1802

    A pair of sandstone ball finials from North Worcestershire on tapered square bases. These relatively small finials are ideal to go on appropriately sized piers or on a wall to flank a garden opening.  19th century. 8.5" x 8.5" x 14" high. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £360 In Stock

    Item no:1803

    A pair of composition stone lions on square plinths, the lions sitting upright and holding heraldic shields, the plinths with lion mask decoration.  20th century.  13" x 13" x 43" high. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £895 In Stock

    Item no:1804

    An antique Bath stone bench, the two shaped ends supporting a rectangular limestone seat. The ends are an unusual design and old while the seat is a relatively modern replacement which fits into the ends as well as resting on new stone block supports.  19th/20th century.  52" wide. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £2,250 In Stock

    Item no:1805

    A pair of large composition stone garden planters, the basket weave bowls raised on lion's paw feet and square bases. These planters were formerly in a garden in North Worcestershire and have an attractively muted colour but are lacking the expected covering of moss and lichen and have probably been cleaned relatively recently. Happily mosses and lichens...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £2,250 In Stock

    Item no:1806

    An antique marble statue of a boy with his hands clasped in front of him, on an associated Jerusalem marble plinth. Although there are some minor losses, to the tips of the fingers for example, and some loss of detail due to weathering, for example to the feet, the good quality of this statue is still apparent especially around the head and face....

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £695 In Stock

    Item no:1807

    An antique stone lion from Lincolnshire lying down on a rectangular base.  Carved from limestone this lion has suffered considerable losses from frost damage over the years which is fortunately largely disguised by it's weathered patination.  Genuine antique lions are scarce and this example still retains lots of interest and charm especially around the...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £360 In Stock

    Item no:1808

    An antique round copper planter with a verdigris patination, studded seams and drainage through the base.  Old "coppers" of this type were originally used to heat water in brick built stoves but they make excellent garden planters partly because of their attractive colour and also because copper tends to deter slugs and snails. 19th Century 24" diameter x...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £295 In Stock

    Item no:1809

    A composition stone garden seat, the curved top with well established moss and supported on three moulded bases.  20th Century. 64" wide x 17" high. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £575 In Stock

    Item no:1810

    A vintage wrought-iron garden bench of riveted construction, the iron rails supported on scrolling end supports.  Late 19th/early 20th Century.  72" wide. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £395 In Stock

    Item no:1811

    A large antique stone pump trough from Herefordshire of generous proportions with a typical bowed front. This is a very good trough in sound condition with attractively weathered sides and is capable of accommodating a range of plants.  18th/19th Century.  32" x 20" x 12" high. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £250 In Stock

    Item no:1812

    An old red sandstone staddlestone from North Worcestershire, the weathered round top with old losses on a tapered round base.  18th/19th Century.  21" diameter x 36" high. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £275 In Stock

    Item no:1813

    An antique staddle stone originally from a cottage on the Bromyard Downs, Herefordshire, the round top on a tapered round base. This is an unusually slim and tall staddle stone with an attractive lichen covered patination which could be a great character feature in a garden where space is at a premium.  18th/19th Century.  17" diameter x 14" high. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £295 In Stock

    Item no:1814

    An antique red sandstone staddle stone from North Worcestershire, the round top on a round tapered base. This is a substantial and stable staddle stone with lots of rough hewn character.  18th/19th Century. 22" diameter x 35" high. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £325 In Stock

    Item no:1815

    A large antique stone pump trough from Worcestershire with good planting depth, a drainage hole through the base and a typical curved front. Unusually long, this trough has lots of capacity to create a good floral display.  18th/19th Century. 38" x 20" x 11" high. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £480 In Stock

    Item no:1816

    A set of four limestone staddle bases from Dorset, all with great character and covered in moss and lichen. These stones would be ideal to line a drive to keep cars off grass or could be used as base stones for a square or rectangular garden structure, such as a pergola or shed.  18th/19th Century.  Aprox 21" high. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £160 In Stock

    Item no:1817

    An unusual horseshoe pump trough which is a shape traditionally found in Oxfordshire and the surrounding counties.  18th/19th Century.  22" x 20" x 7" high. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £225 In Stock

    Item no:1818

    An unusual antique horseshoe shaped pump trough from Oxfordshire with a drainage hole through the base.  18th/19th century 26" x 19" x 9" high

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £160 In Stock

    Item no:1819

    An antique rectangular stone trough from Herefordshire in sound condition.  18th/19th Century.  26" x 16" x 8" high. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £525 In Stock

    Item no:1820

    A pair of old wrought-iron gates of unusual bowed form with arrow finials and a lockable latch. NB, Condition report; these gates are basically sound but the paintwork is very distressed and the hinges will require alteration by a blacksmith before the gates are rehung.  19th Century. 84" wide x 69" high. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £375 In Stock

    Item no:1821

    An unusual old sharpening stone, the sandstone wheel supported in a wrought-iron rectangular frame. Quite a number of old sandstone wheels have survived but it is unusual to find a wheel still in the original frame especially when the frame is wrought-iron rather than cast-iron. This would be an unusual feature outside a barn conversion or in a farmhouse...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £850 In Stock

    Item no:1822

    A weathered composition stone jardiniere comprising a boy holding a goat while supporting a plaited basket planter. This figure is large enough to create an interesting garden feature and, although the planter is not over generous, it could be effectively planted with trailing plants such as pelargoniums.  20th Century.  20" diameter x 48" high. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £180 In Stock

    Item no:1823

    A weathered armillary sundial, the brass dial supported on a round composition stone column cast with two vertical panels of stylised flowers. NB. Condition report, there is a repair to the column which is noticeable, especially when wet, but should not affect the long term durability of the ornament.  20th Century.  40" high. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £695 In Stock

    Item no:1824

    A weathered composition stone garden statue of a young woman in a long gown on an associated square base. This is a relatively modern statue which has been softened and given more character by surface weathering due to exposure to the elements. The subject is lightly allegorical of winter and it would be a good focal point for a winter garden or perhaps a...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £325 Out of stock

    Item no:1883

    A vintage garden statue of a young girl sitting on a rocky outcrop looking down. Stamped 'Doulton' underneath this is one of a small range of terracotta garden figures produced by the company early in the 20th century. It is a well modelled figure and would look charming in the right location, perhaps looking into water. Early 20th century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £650 In Stock

    Item no:1890

    An antique composition stone figure of a boy holding a bird on an associated stone base. This figure is typical of the ornaments produced in the second half of the nineteenth century and has plenty of charm with attractive weathering. 19th century.

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £120 In Stock

    Item no:1881

    A weathered garden statue depicting a child sitting on a rock reading a book. This is a small but detailed statue which looks like weathered marble but is actually made from a resin like material. There is a semi-legible inscription on the back which reads 'Ligtner Museum St. Augustine'.  20th century.

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £280 In Stock

    Item no:1861

    A well weathered garden statue of the 'Shy Maiden' on a separate square base. Although not especially old this statue has acquired an appealing antique look after many years in a Worcestershire garden.  20th century.

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £1,495 Out of stock

    Item no:1862

    A vintage lead garden statue of a girl holding a clutch of young birds on an associated octagonal limestone plinth. This statue is based on the original Bromsgrove Guild figure symbolising Spring but is not a modern copy. It is an attractive subject and a good scale for a garden ornament.  Condition Note: The visible seam marks are typical of early to mid...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £2,750 In Stock

    Item no:1835

    An antique limestone statue of a boy in country attire playing the bagpipes on a panelled plinth. Formerly in a private garden in Dorset, this is a well carved statue of an unusual subject which probably originated form Northern Italy. It has lots of charm and is large enough to create a focal point in a garden and also be interesting from several...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £5,250 In Stock

    Item no:1872

    A weathered composition stone statue of a massive boar in a sitting pose on an integral rectangular plinth. This is a copy of the famous boar in the Uffizi museum in Florence, itself a copy of an antique marble statue found in Rome. It has terrific presence as a figurative work and this example is much enhanced by lots of moss and lichen accumulated over...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £95 In Stock

    Item no:1897

    A pair of vintage galvanised-iron round planters with good planting depth and twin handles riveted to the rims. 20th century  Priced as a pair

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £150 In Stock

    Item no:1856

    A vintage cast iron trough of tapered rectangular form with a flat rim and an original drainage hole through the base. This trough is a good shape and size to be used as a garden planter.  19th or early 20th century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £225 In Stock

    Item no:1874

    Two vintage terracotta pots from Portugal of typical oil jar form with bulbous bodies tapering to a narrow base. Genuine old Portuguese pots have become increasingly scarce in recent years and these pots provide an opportunity to create an attractive group within a garden setting. 19th or early 20th century.  NB. These two pots are the smaller pots...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £295 In Stock

    Item no:1894

    A vintage garden urn, the lobed and leaf cast urn on an associated square stone base. This urn is attractively weathered and has good internal depth for planting. 20th century.

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £300 In Stock

    Item no:1828

    An antique sandstone planter from Buckinghamshire, square in shape with chamfered sides and drainage through the base. Although it looks superficially like an old mortar, this planter is unusually deep and was possibly originally some sort of specialised sink. It makes an interesting and unusual garden planter.  18th or 19th Century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £450 In Stock

    Item no:1875

    A large vintage terracotta pot from Portugal of typical oil jar form with a bulbous body tapering to a narrow base. Genuine old Portuguese pots have become increasingly scarce in recent years and these pots provide an opportunity to create an attractive group within a garden setting. N.B. This is the largest pot in the group of three photographed.  19th...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £480 In Stock

    Item no:1833

    A pair of vintage garden urns, the wide composition stone bowls are raised on fluted round sandstone bases. These urns are attractively weathered with drainage through the bases and are a great size and shape for planting with flowers.  20th century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £525 In Stock

    Item no:1889

    A well weathered gothic urn comprising an octagonal planter with recessed quatrefoil decoration on a stepped square base. Made from good quality composition stone, this urn has a great 'antique' look and makes an excellent centrepiece.  Condition Note: There is an old crack on one side of the bottom of the base which is largely hidden by moss. 20th century.

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £850 In Stock

    Item no:1907

    A pair of vintage terracotta planters from a private garden in Dorset but originally imported from Italy. These are large pots with lovely mellow colours and masses of character and are probably around 100 years old. They came from the garden of a member of the Debenham family of department store fame so are undoubtedly good quality pots. There are...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £85 In Stock

    Item no:1882

    A vintage garden planter comprising a very weathered round bowl decorated with three masks linked by swags.  20th century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £280 In Stock

    Item no:1899

    A large weathered garden urn from Herefordshire on a matching plinth. This urn has a wide bowl with lots of planting space and a very desirable mossy patination.  20th century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £295 In Stock

    Item no:1829

    An old terracotta garden urn from the Mediterranean region, possibly Crete, formed as a typical beehive jar. This is an attractive object which is very well weathered with lots of lichen and soft terracotta colours.  20th century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £325 In Stock

    Item no:1836

    An antique copper planter with good planting depth, riveted seams and an attractive blue/green verdigris patination.  19th century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £360 In Stock

    Item no:1827

    An old cast-iron rectangular trough with an internal marker's stamp for 'Tasker and Powle'. Originally a water trough for large animals such as cattle or horses, this trough is no longer water tight but will make an excellent large garden planter. It has an attractive weathered patination with traces of earlier green paint.  19th Century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £395 In Stock

    Item no:1857

    Two similar antique copper planters which probably originated from India with attractively organic profiles and twin ring handles. These planters are very well made and have an attractive blue verdigris colouration.  19th century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £395 In Stock

    Item no:1868

    A pair of vintage garden urns made from good quality composition stone which closely resembles natural portland stone. They are very attractively weathered and have good internal depth for planting. Condition Note: Each urn has a piece missing from the round collar at the top of the base but not enough to affect the stability of the urns.  Mid 20th...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £525 In Stock

    Item no:1846

    A vintage lead garden urn with twin handles and relief cast on two sides with winged putti dressing an urn with a garland. This is a good example of this urn which has retained both its shape and detail while also being attractively weathered.  Late 19th or 20th century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £560 In Stock

    Item no:1911

    A vintage copper round planter from Worcestershire with riveted seams, flat rim and a blue green verdigris patination. This copper now has drainage holes drilled through the base to make it a versatile and attractive planter for a specimen plant. 19th century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £595 In Stock

    Item no:1826

    A weathered composition-stone garden urn on a stepped square plinth, the urn decorated with a relief cast entwined vine leaf design. This is an attractive but relatively modern urn which has been transformed by the weathering effects of more than 20 years of exposure to the elements.  20th century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £795 In Stock

    Item no:1892

    An antique copper planter of large proportions with a flat rim and studded seams. Originally used on farms to heat water, these old copper vessels make superb garden planters, especially when they have a verdigris patination like this one. Condition Note: There is old green paint around the bottom seam of this planter which could be removed or accepted as...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £360 In Stock

    Item no:1841

    A vintage concrete garden seat, the curved top in two parts and supported on three scrolled supports. 20th century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £480 Out of stock

    Item no:1901

    A pair of wrought-iron garden armchairs which have recently been refurbished and repainted. They are structurally sound with good blacksmith made scrolling details and are more comfortable than most iron garden chairs. 20th century  Priced as a pair

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £650 In Stock

    Item no:1859

    An antique limestone garden seat, the rectangular top carved on three sides with a swagged border and supported on two acanthus carved bases. This was originally a smart and rare antique bench but was unfortunately badly damaged when we bought it. It has now been reduced in width to remove the damaged section and reinforced underneath so that it can...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £695 In Stock

    Item no:1900

    A carved limestone bench, the large rectangular top part weathered and supported on three shaped supports. This bench is carved in a contemporary style and could be used in a modern garden setting. 20th century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £1,495 In Stock

    Item no:1902

    A vintage garden bench made from wood and recently repainted. It is in good condition and is made in a stylish high backed design which could look stunning against a wall or high hedge. There is a maker's plaque on one side which reads 'Meadow Designs Ltd, The Victorian Stables, Stanton Lacy, Ludlow, Shropshire'. Late 20th or 21st century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £350 In Stock

    Item no:1825

    An old stone garden seat made from salvaged blue lias stone, the rectangular top supported on two matching stone blocks. This is an attractively simple stone bench which is a comfortable height for sitting on. Condition Note: The top currently looks very clean because a layer of old mortar has recently been removed but it will weather up quite quickly if...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £695 In Stock

    Item no:1858

    An old sandstone millstone raised on a smaller round stone to create a circular seat. This is a particularly successful combination in terms of height and proportion and the top stone has masses of mossy character. The square hole in the middle would lend itself to being planted. 18th or 19th century.

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £1,200 In Stock

    Item no:1885

    A sandstone garden bench adapted from a large stone trough and raised on two block supports. One side of the trough was broken and part was missing but it has been successfully modified to make a quirky and unusual garden bench.  19th century.

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £125 In Stock

    Item no:1860

    A vintage composition stone small birdbath with an attractive weathered look. 20th century.

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £325 In Stock

    Item no:1913

    An antique marble birdbath carved as a tazza shaped urn. The drainage hole through the round base in currently sealed so that the urn holds water and could be used as a birdbath. It could also be used indoors as an architectural feature.  19th or early 20th century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £160 In Stock

    Item no:1832

    An old sandstone birdbath from Shropshire, the round basin on a tapered stone column and a round base.  19th or early 20th century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £180 In Stock

    Item no:1834

    A weathered garden birdbath made from composition stone, the round bath raised on a baluster column on a stepped square base. 20th century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £395 In Stock

    Item no:1844

    A large cast-iron bowl with a domed internal base. There is an old cast-iron fixing underneath and it undoubtedly originally had a specialised farm or industrial function. Its possibilities in a garden derive partly from its attractive and stable shape if used as a planter. It is also watertight and so could be used as part of a water feature. 19th century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £575 In Stock

    Item no:1891

    An antique limestone birdbath from Dorset, the rough hewn basin on a two part column and base. This is an excellent garden birdbath which is large enough to be a feature in its own right and has a really unusual natural style. 19th or early 20th century.

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £180 In Stock

    Item no:1830

    An old bow-fronted sandstone trough from Buckinghamshire, in good condition with lots of mossy character.  18th or 19th century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £250 In Stock

    Item no:1896

    An antique red sandstone trough from Worcestershire which typically would have been used under a well pump in a backyard to wash clothes and utensils. Often called a pump trough, it has a rounded front, riven sides and plenty of internal depth. It is currently planted with wild strawberries. 18th or 19th century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £275 Out of stock

    Item no:1876

    An antique stone trough from Worcestershire with lots of rugged character and good internal planting depth.  18th or 19th century.

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £295 In Stock

    Item no:1848

    An old limestone staddlestone from Leicestershire, the round top on a tapered square base.  18th or 19th century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £295 In Stock

    Item no:1867

    Two similar limestone staddle stones from a Worcestershire garden each with domed round tops on tapered rectangular bases. Although the two limestones are slightly different both are well weathered with attractive colouration and lots of moss. 18th or 19th century. Priced individually.

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £325 Out of stock

    Item no:1909

    An antique limestone pig trough from Hampshire with a rounded interior which was originally made for feeding pigs. It is now raised on two blocks with a drainage hole at one end and it's long rectangular shape makes it an ideal flower trough to go against a wall or a patio. 18thor 19th century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £360 Out of stock

    Item no:1864

    A large rectangular stone sink from South Herefordshire with good planting depth and attractive weathering. This trough would benefit from being raised on brick piers which is often how they were originally set up. There are two drainage holes through the base.  Condition Note: There is an old crack through one end wall of this sink but it remains...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £375 In Stock

    Item no:1904

    An antique limestone staddle stone from the Cotswolds of typical form, the round top on a tapered square base. This is a relatively large staddle stone with mellow colours and lots of moss. The top is pitted in places and would lend itself to being planted with house leeks. 18th or 19th century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £395 In Stock

    Item no:1863

    An antique stone pump trough from South Herefordshire with a typical rounded front although unusually also with niches at the back of the trough for a water pipe. This is a good trough in sound condition which is similar in size and type to trough number 1811 and could be used with it to make a near pair. 18th or 19th century.

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £495 In Stock

    Item no:1831

    A near pair of carved stone troughs, rectangular in shape with stippled sides and a well developed covering of moss and lichen. The interiors of both troughs are rough worked with obvious tool marks and it is likely that these are salvaged stone blocks which have recently been hollowed out to make garden planters. However, this is still a rare opportunity...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £650 In Stock

    Item no:1851

    An old cider mill stone from Herefordshire of typical bevelled form with a large square aperture through the middle now raised on an associated round stone base. This stone has an attractive weathered patination and could be reused as an unusual round seat with perhaps aromatic herbs such as thyme planted in the centre. 18th or 19th century  Central...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £650 In Stock

    Item no:1853

    A good pair of antique staddle stones from Leigh, near Worcester, the wide riven tops on substantial tapered limestone bases. 18th or 19th century  Priced as a pair.

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £180 Out of stock

    Item no:1880

    An old limestone staddle stone from Worcestershire of slightly ragged appearance but attractively weathered and with lots of character.  18th or 19th century.

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £180 In Stock

    Item no:1893

    An old rectangular sandstone trough from Staffordshire with riven sides and a drainage hole through the base. 18th or 19th century.

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £295 In Stock

    Item no:1847

    An old limestone staddle stone from Leicestershire, the round top on a tapered square base.  18th or 19th century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £300 In Stock

    Item no:1843

    An old rectangular limestone trough from Wiltshire with good planting depth and lots of mossy character. It is a good shape to go against a wall and its irregular form indicates that is is probably very old.  18th century or earlier

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £300 In Stock

    Item no:1870

    A raised stone trough from Staffordshire, the roughly square trough with an original drainage hole on one side now raised on a rough hewn tapered stone base. This is a well balanced combination which makes an interesting garden feature and presents both trough and plants at a height at which they can be appreciated. 18th or 19th century.

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £325 In Stock

    Item no:1837

    An old limestone pump trough from Gloucestershire of typical rectangular form with a bowed front and drainage through the base. This trough has plenty of planting depth for flowers and is a particularly attractive colour with lots of orange and grey lichen.  18th or 19th Century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £325 In Stock

    Item no:1839

    Two antique staddlestones from Salisbury, Wiltshire, the round tops supported on tapered bases. These staddlestones are made from a pale limestone and have developed a very desirable lichen-covered patination over the years.  18th or 19th century  Priced individually (£325 per staddlestone)

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £325 In Stock

    Item no:1840

    Two similar antique staddle stones from the area around Salisbury, Wiltshire, the round tops on tapered bases. Made from a pale Portland type limestone these staddles are in good condition for their age with a very attractive weathered look.  18th or 19th century  Priced individually (£325 per staddle stone)

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £325 In Stock

    Item no:1849

    An antique limestone staddlestone, the domed round top on a tapered square base. Made from a highly fossilised pale limestone this staddle was originally from the area around Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire.  18th or 19th century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £325 In Stock

    Item no:1865

    An old portland stone staddlestone in good condition with attractive proportions but with slightly underdeveloped weathering having previously been for many years in a dry and shaded garden location. Moss and lichen should quickly re-establish once it is exposed to the elements. 18th or 19th century.

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £350 In Stock

    Item no:1866

    An antique cotswold stone staddle stone of classic shape and proportions and with a well established covering of moss and lichen.  18th or 19th century.

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £360 In Stock

    Item no:1845

    An antique limestone trough from Wiltshire with good planting depth and lots of rugged character. As a general rule troughs with regular sawn sides are later while troughs with uneven sides are earlier but it is impossible to know how old a rough hewn trough like this one actually is. It could easily date from medieval times.  18th century or earlier

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £395 In Stock

    Item no:1838

    A large limestone staddlestone from Wiltshire, the domed round top supported on a tapered base This staddlestone has loads of character and is big enough to be an informal focal point in a garden setting. 18th century or earlier

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £650 In Stock

    Item no:1884

    A large bow fronted stone trough from Herefordshire with a hole through the base for drainage. This type of trough with a finely worked curved front is typical of Herefordshire and the surrounding counties and was probably originally a farm water trough.  18th or 19th century.

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £875 In Stock

    Item no:1852

    A large stone garden trough from Nottinghamshire, roughly rectangular in shape with a drainage hole at one end and now raised on two stone blocks. This trough is unusually large and offers great scope for planting either with flowers or with alpines to make a self-contained rock garden. 18th or 19th century Internal depth 6"

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £95 In Stock

    Item no:1903

    An old salt glazed 'castle' chimney pot in good condition. Salt glazing is an enhancement of traditional clay chimney pots which was particularly popular in the Victorian era both for the typical brown colour produced and the improved durability.  19th or early 20th century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £120 In Stock

    Item no:1869

    A pair of salvaged limestone pier caps carved as flattened pyramids and suitable to finish off a small brick pier. 19th century. Priced as a pair.

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £350 In Stock

    Item no:1912

    A vintage garden cloche with an octagonal iron frame and detached lid. This cloche has recently been completely refurbished and most of the glass has been replaced. The octagonal shape is unusual, most vintage cloches are square and sectional which is a much easier shape to make. 19th or early 20th century.

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £1,275 In Stock

    Item no:1879

    A large vintage wrought iron planter of square form on four iron wheels. Originally from Wales this is a rare survivor of a bygone age and was apparently for feeding young shire horses in a field where, being wheeled, it could be moved around to prevent the ground being trodden up. The liner is modern but enables it to be easily planted up with flowers to...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £120 In Stock

    Item no:1873

    An interesting salvaged cast iron planter which was originally some sort of machine stand. The rectangular recess is now drilled for drainage and it could make a very effective feature with imaginative planting. It is stamped on the face 'T Parkes Machine Broker Lancaster St Birmingham'.  19th century.

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £145 Out of stock

    Item no:1887

    A vintage wrought-iron garden gate in sound condition with original latch and hinges.  19th or early 20th century.

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £150 In Stock

    Item no:1854

    A vintage cast-iron pig feeder of circular form complete with its original ironwork dividers. This feeder is smaller and more elegant than most feeders of this type and would make a charming garden planter. There is already a drainage hole drilled through the central dome.  Late 19th or early 20th century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £150 In Stock

    Item no:1877

    A pair of small salvaged sandstone balls from Derbyshire with good weathering.  Priced as a pair.  19th century.

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £180 In Stock

    Item no:1895

    A good vintage weathervane made from wrought iron, the vane modelled as a rooster above the four compass points.  20th century.

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £275 In Stock

    Item no:1871

    An unusual vintage galvanised iron storage bin with a hinged top. Probably originally used to store farm or stable feedstuffs this bin is unusually well made with decorative hinges and latch and a rounded front. 19th or early 20th century.

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £1,250 Out of stock

    Item no:1910

    A large bow fronted stone trough from Worcestershire now with a drainage hole through the base. This is an exceptionally good example of an unusually shaped trough which was apparently formerly used as a water trough in a stable yard. It is in sound and stable condition and could be reused as a water trough. 19th century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £895 In Stock

    Item no:1928

    A large bow-fronted sandstone trough from Kempsey in Worcestershire. This is an unusually large trough for it's type and it formerly held a large conifer which has slightly inhibited the amount of moss growing on it by keeping it very dry. The sides have some hairline cracks following natural laminations in the stone but it is reasonably sound overall....

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £250 In Stock

    Item no:1929

    A weathered garden statue from Scotland of a young woman and child in period dress on a fluted plinth. Made from composition stone this figure is well weathered but has also retained good detail. It is large enough to be a focal point in a garden and the bowl on the child's head holds water and acts as a small birdbath.  20th century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £695 In Stock

    Item no:1932

    A large weathered composition stone urn with a deeply lobed body and egg and dart rim. This urn is well weathered with a mellow base colour and plenty of moss established around the rim and would make a good garden centrepiece.  Condition Note: There is a large piece missing from one corner of the base. 20th century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £375 In Stock

    Item no:1933

    An antique sandstone pump trough from Herefordshire with a typical bowed front and good planting depth, now raised on two stone blocks. 18th or 19th century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £140

    Item no:1934

    A pair of weathered composition stone garden planters of useful size and proportions with crisply moulded swagged decoration.  Priced as a pair.  20th century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £395 In Stock

    Item no:1935

    A vintage wrought iron single garden gate of tall proportions with a scrolling arched top rail. This is a good quality blacksmith-made gate in sound condition although the paintwork is tired and peeling in places. 20th century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £2,250 In Stock

    Item no:1936

    A good pair of antique wrought iron entrance gates which importantly are wide enough for modern gateways. The close spacing of the uprights mean that they will effectively keep pets in and intruders out. They are in 'as found' condition but are extremely sound and require little restoration other than possibly cleaning and repainting. They should lend...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £1,895 In Stock

    Item no:1938

    A large bronze figure of a standing wolf with an alert expression and looking slightly to his left. Realistically modelled, this is an unusual subject for a garden ornament and could be used to generate an element of surprise. Modern. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £795 In Stock

    Item no:795

    An unusual vintage limestone garden seat from Dorset, the rectangular top raised on two twin dolphin supports. The top is well weathered but the supports are less weathered, either because they have been sheltered from the elements or possibly because they are later. 20th century.

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £750 In Stock

    Item no:1940

    A vintage carved limestone garden bench from Dorset, the rectangular top raised on two twin dolphin supports. This bench has been in a private garden for many years and the top in particular is well weathered. Condition Note: There are some losses to the carved border at the back of the stone top.  20th century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £325 In Stock

    Item no:1942

    A well weathered garden sundial made from composition stone as an old romanesque capital on a separate base. The iron gnomen casts a shadow onto an arc of roman numerals set into the top of the capital which are currently obscured by moss.  Modern.

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £850 In Stock

    Item no:1943

    An antique granite round trough from Cornwall with good planting depth and a raised centre which was probably originally either a farm feeding trough or a water trough. There is a single drainage hole in the sidewall but it could be reused as a water feature if this hole is sealed. This is a good sized trough and very attractively weathered. 18th or 19th...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £1,250 In Stock

    Item no:1944

    An antique stone water trough from Kempsey in Worcestershire with a bowed front and now with a drainage hole through the base. It was originally a water trough for horses in a stable yard and it has the potential to be reused as a part of a water feature if required. The finely worked curved front is a characteristic of large stone troughs from South...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £1,500 In Stock

    Item no:1945

    An antique stone cistern from Shropshire which is roughly square in shape with high sides and an overflow notch on one side. This trough was almost certainly originally made to store water before iron water tanks became readily available. There is currently a drainage hole at the bottom of one side so it could be used as an impressive stone planter or the...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £325 Out of stock

    Item no:1948

     A modern carved stone bench, the straight top supported on two half round end supports. This simply designed but very functional bench is carved from an attractive pale coloured sandstone. There is one bench available in stock.  Modern. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £395 In Stock

    Item no:1949

    A modern carved stone bench, the curved top supported on two half round end supports. This contemporary bench is carved from a pale coloured sandstone. There are currently two benches in stock and the price shown (£395) is for one bench.  Modern. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £180 In Stock

    Item no:1951

    Two modern carved stone planters, the tall tapered planters on rough hewn round bases. Carved from a pale coloured sandstone and partially weathered, these planters would lend themselves to either trailing plants or an architectural style of planting. Modern.

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £325 In Stock

    Item no:1953

    An antique Cotswold stone staddlestone from Worcestershire, the round top on a tapered square base. This staddlestone has the lovely soft warm colours typical of weathered Cotswold limestone. 18th or 19th century.

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £325 In Stock

    Item no:1954

    An antique limestone staddlestone from Worcestershire, the well weathered round top on a tapered square base. 18th or 19th century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £325 In Stock

    Item no:1955

    Two antique staddlestones from Worcestershire, the round tops on typical tapered square bases. Both staddlestones are made from well weathered limestone but differ slightly in shape and patination. Price shown is per staddlestone.  18th or 19th century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £325 In Stock

    Item no:1957

    A vintage limestone birdbath from Yorkshire, the unusual top carved as a round basin surrounded by four scalloped recesses and raised on a round column and square base. Early 20th century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £295 In Stock

    Item no:1958

    A vintage carved limestone birdbath, the rough hewn round basin on a square column and base. Early 20th century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £2,250 In Stock

    Item no:1959

    An antique stone garden urn on an associated modern limestone plinth. The urn is an eighteenth or early nineteenth century bowl on a replacement round limestone sole, now supported on a solid limestone plinth. The combination is well matched in terms of colour and proportion and makes an attractive and unique large feature urn. 18th century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £1,250 In Stock

    Item no:1961

    An interesting antique sandstone font, the octagonal basin raised on a stepped octagonal column. This font has been in a private west Worcestershire garden for many years but it's previous history is intriguing. There are several carved inscriptions including one reading 'Font from St Peter's and St Paul's Wolverhampton 1650'. The Catholic parish of St...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £450 In Stock

    Item no:1970

    A part weathered teak garden bench carved from a single trunk and raised on four legs. This bench is beginning to acquire the attractive grey colouration of weathered teak and has a pleasing organic shape and sculptural quality. Modern 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £325 In Stock

    Item no:1968

    A large cast iron garden urn, the wide lobed bowl permanently fixed to a fluted tapered column. This is a modern but well made jardiniere with good planting depth for flowers. Late 20th century.

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £360 Out of stock

    Item no:1963

    A pair of large half round cast-iron troughs which have been recently cleaned and repainted black. These were originally farm troughs and are unusually large. They are now drilled through the base for drainage and make ideal troughs for flowers. 19th or early 20th century. Priced as a pair.

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £75 In Stock

    Item no:1976

    A vintage galvanised iron planter of typical dolly tub design with a soap dish attached to the rim and drainage through the base. Early 20th century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £125 In Stock

    Item no:1975

    A vintage cast iron trough with a central divider and hooped iron partitions. Originally a feed trough for small farm animals such as piglets, it has now has drainage holes through the base and can be reused as an interesting flower trough. 19th century.

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £65 Out of stock

    Item no:1974

    A vintage galvanised iron planter of typical dolly tub design with a pair of lung handles on the rim and drainage through the base. Early 20th century.

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £150 Out of stock

    Item no:1973

    A pair of vintage galvanised iron dolly tubs each with a chevron design around the middle and impressed in the base with the trade name 'The Popular Tub'. They are both drilled through the base for drainage and could be used for either flowers or shrubs.  Early 20th century. Priced as a pair.

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £1,575 In Stock

    Item no:1972

    An antique rectangular water tank made from fielded cast iron panels bolted together. The long sides are cast within the panel with the owner's name, Robert Hall, and the date, 1872. This is a rare example of a Victorian cistern tank made from cast iron but similar in design to earlier lead water cisterns.  It came from a village in North Yorkshire and...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £7,500 In Stock

    Item no:1971

    A large bronze statue of a moose with a splendid set of antlers lying on a rectangular base with one foot outstretched. This is an unusual and well modelled garden statue with a weathered verdigris patination enhanced by many years outside in a private garden Late 20th century.

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £50 In Stock

    Item no:1969

    An unusual salvaged terracotta chimney pot suitable for use as a quirky flower pot. 19th or early 20th century.

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £150 In Stock

    Item no:1964

    Two old staddle stones, each carved from sandstone with round tops on tapered bases. They are actually old salvaged stone elements which have been reworked as garden staddle stones. The tops were originally stone wheels and have square holes through the centre which are ideal for planting with succulents.  19th century.  Priced individually. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £540 In Stock

    Item no:1965

    A pair of well weathered composition stone garden urns, the round bowls cast with a romanesque design and raised on a round base. They are photographed on a pair of carved granite columns which are a good size and height for the urns and are available if required. 20th century.  Price shown is for the pair of urns. The columns are 16" diameter x 18" high...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £280 In Stock

    Item no:1966

    A pair of weathered garden planters, the ribbed bowls each on shaped square bases. These planters have a very attractive weathered look acquired after many years outside in a Worcestershire garden. 20th century.

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £280 Out of stock

    Item no:1967

    A vintage cast iron cauldron of typical pot bellied design on tripod feet with twin handles attached to the rim. From a private Derbyshire garden this is an unusually large cauldron and makes a splendid planter for flowers. There is a drainage hole drilled through the base. 19th century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £325 In Stock

    Item no:1977

    Two similar antique staddlestones from Inberrow, Worcestershire, the round tops on tapered square bases. These staddle stones are taller than most and have a very attractive weathered look with lots of well established moss.   18th or 19th century Priced individually

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £850 In Stock

    Item no:1978

    A vintage garden statue of a classically draped maiden standing on a rectangular base. Cast in composition stone, this figure has been outside in a Somerset garden for many years and has a well developed weathered patination. 20th century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £575 In Stock

    Item no:1979

    An old wrought iron paddock gate from Herefordshire together with both original gate posts. Blacksmith made throughout, this gate is in good usable condition and has been recently cleaned and repainted. The cross sections on the bottom of the posts are designed to go in the ground to give greater stability. 19th century The gate frame is 96" wide and the...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £360 In Stock

    Item no:1980

    A weathered composition stone garden bench, the rectangular top with egg and dart borders on two supports cast as winged mythical creatures. 20th century 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £595 In Stock

    Item no:1982

    A pair of elegantly designed antique gates from a traditional farm near Bromyard, Herefordshire. Blacksmith-made from wrought iron these gates have a number of unusual and pleasing features such as acorn finials and a quirky upright latch. They have recently been sandblasted and repainted and are wide enough to span most modern gateways. 19th century 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £650 In Stock

    Item no:1984

    An antique composition stone garden statue of a partially draped female figure standing on a square base. This is an attractively composed garden statue in the classical tradition with a good weathered patination. With a floral band in her hair and flowers in her left hand she may represent either Flora, the goddess of flowers, or the season of Spring....

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £1,650 In Stock

    Item no:1985

    A modern bronze garden statue of a nude girl shyly covering herself on a square blue stone plinth. This is a well modelled bronze statue with dark brown patination and good details, especially the hands and face. Modern

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £250 In Stock

    Item no:1986

    An antique cast iron hand pump typical of the type originally used to pump water from a well into a stone pump trough. This example has recently been sandblasted and repainted. 19th century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £350 In Stock

    Item no:1987

    A vintage garden bench, the shaped hardwood rails on scrolling wrought-iron end supports. This is a stylish and well made bench which is very sound considering its age.  Early 20th century.

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £650 In Stock

    Item no:1988

    An antique terracotta oil jar with twin handles over impressed maker's stamps. This may be an old English oil jar since jars of this type were apparently once used for storing linseed oil, an ingredient for making paint. This is a particularly good example which is larger than most and in very sound condition.  19th century.

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £850 In Stock

    Item no:1990

    A pair of large weathered composition-stone finials modelled as sleeping dragons. These two finials are intended as a pair but are slightly different in detail, especially around the heads. They have been outside in a large Herefordshire garden for about 20 years and have begun to develop a weathered patination, especially on exposed surfaces. Priced as a...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £545 In Stock

    Item no:1991

    A vintage copper planter with good planting capacity and drainage through the base. Originally used for heating water, this copper will make an excellent planter for specimen shrubs and flowers. 19th or early 20th century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £495 In Stock

    Item no:1994

    A pair of garden benches, the curved composition stone tops on twin tapered supports. These benches are attractively weathered after many years outside in a Herefordshire garden and now look very like carved natural limestone. Priced as a pair.  Modern. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £395 In Stock

    Item no:1995

    A bronze garden fountain modelled as a leaping frog on an oval base and piped for water through the frog's mouth. This fountain has an attractive green verdigris patination after many years outside in a Worcestershire garden. It doesn't necessarily have to be installed as a fountain and looks good emerging from waterside vegetation. Modern. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £695 In Stock

    Item no:1996

    An antique terracotta oil jar from Portugal of typical form, the bulbous body tapering to a narrow base. This is a good sized early example which is inscribed with the producer's name 'Jose Gonzalez'. 19th or early 20th century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £180 In Stock

    Item no:1998

    An antique terracotta oil jar from Portugal with an attractive weathered look and an impressed maker's motif. This mid-sized oil jar is slightly misshapen reflecting it's handmade utilitarian origin. 19th or early 20th century.

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £480 In Stock

    Item no:2000

    An antique garden table made from cast iron, the rectangular top on four shaped legs with a undertier. This table is generally sound but is in unrestored ex garden condition which is how we prefer it. It makes an unusual and useful table for a conservatory. 19th century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £425 In Stock

    Item no:2001

    An antique stone urn, the ribbed bowl with a deeply scalloped rim raised on a two-part scrolled base. Carved from limestone, this unusual jardiniere has an attractive lichen-encrusted patination and good depth for planting with flowers.  19th century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £695 In Stock

    Item no:2002

    A near pair of antique stone troughs from Worcestershire with original drainage holes through the curved fronts. Old stone troughs were individually carved by hand and it is unusual to find two troughs which are so closely matching that they can be used as a pair. They are typical pump troughs which would once have stood under a well pump and have the...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £275 In Stock

    Item no:2003

    An antique cast-iron trough of rectangular form with a plain rim and ring handles at each end. This trough is a very good shape and depth to be reused as a garden planter and has drainage holes through the base.  19th century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £85 In Stock

    Item no:2004

    A vintage boot puller, the shaped iron puller set into a rectangular salvaged stone block. This is a quirky but well designed object which works very efficiently. 19th or early 20th century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £395 In Stock

    Item no:2005

    An antique garden trough from Worcestershire with a bowed front and an original drainage hole through the base. It was virtually buried by undergrowth in its previous location but will quickly develop a covering of mess and lichen once exposed to the elements. It is a sound trough and a very good shape and depth for planting with flowers.  19th century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £85 In Stock

    Item no:2006

    A vintage boot puller from Northern England, the shaped iron puller leaded into a salvaged stone base.  19th or early 20th century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £95 In Stock

    Item no:2007

    An old boot scraper, the iron scraper firmly set into a salvaged coping stone.  19th or early 20th century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £325 Out of stock

    Item no:2008

    An old grinding wheel, the sandstone wheel and iron handle mounted on a wrought iron frame. This is an interesting old farm artefact with lots of character and is still in working order. It would be an interesting feature in a farm house yard or outside a barn conversion.   19th century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £280 In Stock

    Item no:2009

    An antique sandstone trough from County Durham of rectangular form with a notch on one side. It currently holds water and could be re used as a drinking trough for pets or drilled for drainage and used as a characterful garden planter.18th or 19th century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £975 In Stock

    Item no:2010

    A vintage garden statue of a large stone putto playing the horn. Carved from limestone, it is probably Italian where statues of putti ,or cherubs, playing musical instruments are traditional garden ornaments. It is, however, unusual to find a putto playing this particular large instrument which is difficult to carve. This whimsical statue was formerly in...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £125 In Stock

    Item no:2011

    A weathered garden planter made from composition stone, the rectangular trough relief cast with swags and lion masks and two shaped supports.  20th century.

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £180 Out of stock

    Item no:2013

    A pair of garden urns made from well weathered composition stone with an unusual heraldic design. NB. there is a repaired crack through the base of one urn.  20th century 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £225

    Item no:2014

    A salvaged church gate from North Worcestershire made from wrought iron with stylised leaf decoration. 19th Century 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £150 In Stock

    Item no:2015

    A pair of salvaged gate pier caps from North Worcestershire carved from sandstone as four sided low pyramids. 19th century 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £1,500 Out of stock

    Item no:2016

    A pair of Edwardian lead urns modelled in the 18th century style with unusual twin handles formed as caryatids. These urns have an attractive weathered grey patination and are a good size for planting with flowers. Lead urns and statues enjoyed a spirited revival as garden ornaments in the years up to the first world war largely stimulated by garden...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £1,250 In Stock

    Item no:2017

    A good pair of salvaged entrance gates, handmade from wrought iron with two rows of spear finials. These gates were originally at Wychbold hall near Droitwich, Worcestershire until the house was demolished due to subsidence. They are in sound condition and are a good width for modern gateways. Late 19th century/ Early 20th century.

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £450 In Stock

    Item no:2018

    A good antique trough from Northern England carved from sandstone with a central partition and rounded corners. 'Double' troughs of this type are rare and this one has the added benefit of a good planting depth. it is raised on a matching stone column so that both the trough and the plants within it can be appreciated.  18th/19th century 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £275 Out of stock

    Item no:2019

    An antique armorial stone from County Durham, carved from sandstone as a gable end stone with a recess in the top. The armorial motif is indistinct due to long term weathering but this stone might well have once been part of a medieval building. it makes an interesting and enigmatic garden feature.  18th century or earlier 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £325 In Stock

    Item no:2020

    A rustic teak garden set comprising a table and two chairs. This furniture is made using teak off cuts which give it individuality and is already part weathered from being outside for several years.  Modern 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £280 In Stock

    Item no:2021

    A garden statue of pan playing the pipes with hairy legs and cloven feet. The statue is made from semi- weathered composition stone and is raised on a block of sandstone.   20th century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £650 Out of stock

    Item no:2022

    A good teak garden bench of unusually long dimensions and sturdy construction. It has a trade label for Lister and co and an attractive silvery patination after many years outside in a Herefordshire garden.  20th century 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £750 In Stock

    Item no:2023

    A large antique stone trough from Gloucestershire in good condition with a bowed front and straight back making it ideal to go against a wall. It was originally a water trough for farm animals but is now drilled through the base for drainage and is deep enough to take larger plants such as wall climbing shrubs. 18th/19th century 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £395 In Stock

    Item no:2024

    A pair of weathered garden urns, the semi-lobed urns with egg and dart rims raised on stepped square plinths. Although relatively modern these urns have an attractively warm colour and a well established covering of moss and lichen. Modern Priced as a pair. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £125 In Stock

    Item no:2026

    A vintage cast iron planter, round in shape with ten original iron partitions. Sometimes called a 'Mexican hat', this was originally a farm trough for feeding pigs. It is now drilled through the base for drainage and makes an excellent planter for flowers and herbs. 19th Century 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £240 Out of stock

    Item no:2027

    A pair of weathered composition stone foxes both in an alert sitting pose with their tales curled round their legs. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £650 In Stock

    Item no:2059

    A large composition- stone garden planter decorated with a medieval Italian design featuring boys riding dolphins, the twin handles formed from the dolphins tails. This planter is relatively modern but much enhanced by a weathered patination. Modern 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £250 In Stock

    Item no:2029

    An antique staddle stone carved from limestone with the top fixed to the base and generally smaller in scale that most old staddle stones. 18th/19th century 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £295 In Stock

    Item no:2030

    An antique carved sandstone birdbath, the dished square bowl supported on a shaped square column. It is a good size for a bird bath and holds ample water without being too deep. 19th or early 20th century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £750 In Stock

    Item no:2031

    A good pair of antique staddle stones from Somerset of similar but not identical size and shape. Made from Bath limestone they are in good condition with a very attractive patination of moss and lichen.  18th/19th century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £360 In Stock

    Item no:2032

    A weathered statue of Venus made from reconstituted marble depicting a young girl with very long hair emerging from a shell. Derived from Botticelli's depiction of the birth of Venus this statue is taller and better detailed than most examples of this statue.  20th century 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £295 In Stock

    Item no:2033

    A vintage statue of Venus in the style of the Venus de Milo made from hollow cast stone and then given a limewashed finish. This is an attractive statue which may have been made by a private individual rather than a commercial maker.  20th century 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £595 In Stock

    Item no:2034

    A large vintage composition stone bench, the curved top supported on two lion supports. This is a stylish bench suitable for a terrace or a quiet corner of a large garden.  Early to mid 20th century 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £1,450 In Stock

    Item no:2036

    An antique stone finial urn with a leaf carved body raised on a fluted stone column. Carved from pale Portland limestone this urn forms a strong vertical element which could be very effective in a variety of locations. It also has the quiet charm of a genuine antique. 18th or 19th century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £750 In Stock

    Item no:2038

    An antique wrought-iron bench of riveted construction with an arched tie-bar linking each end and cast-iron front feet. This is a hand-made bench in generally sound condition with well worked details such as the scrolls under the arms. Late 19th / Early 20th century.  

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £240 In Stock

    Item no:2039

    A vintage garden bench, the hardwood seat rails mounted on three wrought-iron supports. At 7 feet this is a relatively long bench but useful in the right location.  Early 20th century 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £475 In Stock

    Item no:2040

    An antique garden birdbath, the round limestone top originally from Bath now supported on a tapered and fluted stone column. This is a successful marriage of two salvaged elements to make an interesting and unique birdbath.  19th century 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £495 In Stock

    Item no:2041

    An antique garden sundial from Doset, the round bronze plate supported on a tapered stone column. The stone is a pale coloured portland limestone which has been deliberately rough hewn to create a rustic effect.  Late 19th/ Early 20th century 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £145 In Stock

    Item no:2042

    A vintage limestone birdbath of relatively small dimensions but with an octagonal bath that holds ample water.  Early 20th century 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £250 In Stock

    Item no:2043

    A weathered garden seat made from composition stone, the rectangular top raised on two supports cast as winged mythical animals.  20th century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £1,250 In Stock

    Item no:2044

    A garden wall fountain carved from Italian limestone comprising a cherub holding a dolphin on a masked plinth with a shaped pool surround. These elements create an Italianate wall fountain feature with the cherub and base standing either against a flat wall or within a purpose built recess. Both the dolphin and the bearded mask are drilled for water so...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £275 Out of stock

    Item no:2045

    An antique birdbath from Dorset carved from portland stone to give a rough hewn look, the square bath supported on a tapered square base.  Late 19th / Early 20th 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £295 In Stock

    Item no:2046

    A weathered composition-stone trough raised on an old tapered limestone base. Although matched up the two parts are very similar in terms of colour and texture and make a great raised planter for alpines and other choice small plants.  20th century and earlier

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £240 In Stock

    Item no:2047

    A weathered composition stone round trough raised on an old tapered limestone base to create a raised planter suitable for alpines or small bulbs. 20th century and earlier.

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £1,200 In Stock

    Item no:2049

    An antique limestone statue of a female figure holding a sword on a square limestone plinth. The figure is heavily weathered but retains plenty of visual interest and probably originally had Christian significance. The plinth is a good match in terms of colour and proportions and the combination makes a striking garden feature. It looks good again dark...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £280 Out of stock

    Item no:2050

    A weathered teak bench of typical park type and wide enough for 3 or 4 people with a Lister trade label on one end. Mid 20th century.

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £695 In Stock

    Item no:2051

    A vintage white-painted wooden garden bench with shaped slats in the back and curved armrests. This stylish bench is typical of the benches produced in the early 20th century by companies such as J P White of Bedford and is ideal as a feature bench, perhaps against a dark hedge. Early 20th century 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £475 In Stock

    Item no:2052

    A weathered composition stone garden seat, the curved top supported on two shaped supports. Despite a couple of superficial scratches this seat is in sound condition and has started to develop an attractive lichen encrusted patination. 20th century 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £325 In Stock

    Item no:2053

    A pair of well weathered Haddonstone garden urns in good condition. These are weathered examples of Haddonstone's Clarence urns.  Modern. Priced for the pair of urns.Urns 54cm dia x 44cm high Plinths 32cm x 32cm x 40cm high

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £280 In Stock

    Item no:2054

    A pair of weathered composition-stone garden urns, the bodies with a pronounced lobed pattern.  Modern. Priced as a pair 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £250 In Stock

    Item no:2055

    A weathered composition-stone trough raised on an old tapered limestone base. The trough is shaped as a bow fronted pump trough and is well matched to the base in terms of colour and weathering and ideal for growing alpines or small bulbs.  20th century and earlier.

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £295 In Stock

    Item no:2056

    A large weathered composition-stone birdbath, the round basin raised on a tall Art Nouveau style column. NB. There is an old repair to the column which appears to be stable.  Modern.

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £325 In Stock

    Item no:2058

    An antique red sandstone trough of rectangular form with good internal depth and drainage through the base. 18th/19th Century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £260 In Stock

    Item no:2060

    A vintage garden bench made from reconstituted stone, the rectangular seat with moulded edges supported on two shaped supports. Early to mid 20th century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £480 In Stock

    Item no:2061

    A vintage cast-iron garden bench with intricate arms and back, wooden seat rails and a tie-bar under the seat. This is a good quality version of the Coalbrookdale 'Rustic' pattern bench but not a factory original. Early to mid 20th century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £295 In Stock

    Item no:2062

    A pair of good quality, composition-stone garden urns which are part weathered and beginning to be colonised by moss and lichen.  Modern. Priced as a pair.

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £360 In Stock

    Item no:2063

    A handed pair of weathered garden lions each sitting holding an armorial shield. Made in Italy from reconstituted marble, these lions have developed an attractive weathered patination from being outside for many years. They are well detailed and relatively small so could be used as pier ornaments. Modern. Priced as a pair

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £650 In Stock

    Item no:2064

    A pair of antique cast-iron garden urns on associated octagonal plinths made from composition stone. The urns are an unusual design with deep bell-shaped urn bodies and drainage through the square base giving much more planting depth than usual. They also have an attractive green verdigris weathered patination which is uncommon on cast iron urns.  19th...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £420 In Stock

    Item no:2065

    A pair of weathered garden finials cast in composition stone as woven baskets filled with fruit and flowers. Symbolic of a bounteous garden these finials are perfect to finish off gate piers or vacant plinths.  Modern. Priced as a pair

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £240 In Stock

    Item no:2066

    An antique stone trough with a bowed front supported on an old tapered stone base. Raising this trough makes it a good garden feature for planting with flowers and ideal to go against a wall.  

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £275 In Stock

    Item no:2067

    An antique copper planter in good overall condition with studded seams and an attractive verdigris patination now drilled through the base for drainage. NB, the smaller copper in the photograph is sold. 19th Century. £275  21" diameter x 14" high.

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £450 In Stock

    Item no:2068

    An unusual vintage birdbath carved from portland stone from Dorset, the circular bowl supported on a cruciform column on a square base. The column is carved in three separate parts which could be mortared together once the birdbath is placed in position. The square base has shallow basins in each corner acting as ground level water bowls.  Early 20th century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £1,500 In Stock

    Item no:2070

    A large antique font-like jardiniere, the octagonal bowl raised on a round column on an octagonal base. Carved from sandstone this is an impressive centrepiece with good planting depth and an attractive weathered look. It would look lovely planted with trailing plants. 19th century 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £425 In Stock

    Item no:2072

    A vintage Cretan pot, handmade in the style of a traditional Pithari storage jar, also sometimes called Koroni. This is a well weathered large jar which is in generally sound condition with drainage through the base. 20th century.  

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £240 In Stock

    Item no:2073

    A pair of large vintage galvanised planters formed as tall square boxes each with two carrying handles and detachable lids. They make a great pair of containers which could be planted with anything from flowers to medium sized shrubs such as bay or box. Condition note: One handle is missing on one side.  Early to mid 20th century. Priced as a pair

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £180 In Stock

    Item no:2074

    A pair of vintage galvanized planters of circular form each with two carrying handles. These planters are larger than usual and could be used for deep rooting plants and shrubs.  Early to mid 20th Century Priced as a pair. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £250 In Stock

    Item no:2075

    A weathered composition stone garden urn on a square laurel wreath base. This urn is large enough to make a focal point in a garden and has begun to develop a weathered patination that will accelerate the longer it is outside. Modern 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £350 In Stock

    Item no:2076

    A vintage garden bench made from teak roots now heavily weathered after many years outside.This bench has an attractive sculptural quality as well as being a surprisingly comfortable seat.  20th century 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £180 In Stock

    Item no:2077

    A pair of vintage composition stone garden urns made in an unusual open flower design which provides plenty of room for planting. NB, the plinths in the photograph are sold. 20th Century Price for the pair of urns

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £240 In Stock

    Item no:2078

    A pair of weathered composition stone garden urns on composition stone square plinths.  Modern  Priced as a pair 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £120 In Stock

    Item no:2079

    A pair of weathered garden planters cast in composition stone as square planters with lion masks on each corner.  Modern. Priced as a pair. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £3,500 In Stock

    Item no:2080

    A fine large stone trough from near Dursley, Gloucestershire, with a rounded front and straight back. This trough is in exceptionally good condition for it's age with a very good weathered patination and no frost damage or cracks. It is also an unusually large trough for it's type with a finely worked bowed front.  NB. There are several small holes in the...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £895 In Stock

    Item no:2082

    A vintage garden urn on pedestal, the large tazza-shaped urn with a wide egg and dart rim raised on a square plinth decorated with satyr heads. This urn has lots of well established moss and lichen and makes a great focal point for a garden.  NB There is an old crack on one side of the top of the plinth. Early to mid 20th century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £795 In Stock

    Item no:2083

    A large weathered garden urn made from composition stone supported on a square panelled base. The urn has a continuous frieze of putti harvesting grapes which makes this a very decorative urn.  NB. There are some old cracks in the urn which are not really noticeable when the urn is planted because of it's very weathered patination. 20th Century 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £250 In Stock

    Item no:2084

    A pair of weathered garden urns made from composition stone, the bowls with acanthus decoration and plain rims. Although modern these urns have an attractive weathered patination and plenty of planting depth.  Modern. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £225 In Stock

    Item no:2085

    An antique marble bowl of unusually large dimensions and very well weathered. It was originally a large domestic mortar with four lobed handles which have been chipped off at some stage in the past to create a pleasingly plain garden planter.  19th century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £850 In Stock

    Item no:2089

    A pair of weathered Haddonstone garden urns on panelled short plinths. They are weathered examples of Haddonstone's Westonbirt urns on Dado pedestals and are developing a good mossy patination, especially on exposed surfaces such as the rims. They have generous internal planting depth and would look stunning planted with flowers.  Modern. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £650 Out of stock

    Item no:2109

    A carved limestone garden statue of a standing putto playing a pipe. Almost certainly Italian, the subject of a putto (or cherub) playing a musical instrument has long been a popular theme in garden decoration. The figure is older than it looks and the lack of a weathered patination probably means it has been recently cleaned or has been kept inside. The...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £950 Out of stock

    Item no:2110

    An antique garden statue carved from limestone of a standing putto holding a sheaf of corn. This figure is larger than most statues of putti and is well carved with an attractive weathered patination. It is a 'season' figure and symbolises Summer by holding the traditional attribute of ripe corn. The composition stone plinth is also available if required...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £2,400 In Stock

    Item no:2111

    A pair of large weathered urns on plinths, the urns profusely decorated with lion masks and swags. Made from composition stone, these urns are based on antique French terracotta originals. They are in generally good condition though weathered from having been outside for a number of years. Modern.  Priced as a pair. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £4,800 In Stock

    Item no:2112

    An antique pool surround of circular form carved from a hard limestone in an elegant bullnose profile. Formerly in a garden in the Netherlands, this is a rare opportunity to acquire the main elements of a formal pool of attractive dimensions. 19th or early 20th century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £950 In Stock

    Item no:2114

    A pair of English garden urns carved from limestone with plain rims and a fish scale design on the lower part of the urn body. The bases are modern replacements but they are carved from a similar limestone and will develop a similar patination over time. The design is an early one but we believe these are early 20th century copies of 17th century...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £240 In Stock

    Item no:2115

    A salvaged circular water butt made from galvanised iron. Originally used to store animal feed on a traditional pig farm, this bin holds water and could be re-used as a butt to store rain water. Otherwise it could be drilled through the base for drainage and used as a large planter.  19th or 20th century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £160 In Stock

    Item no:2117

    A salvaged galvanised iron tank, the rounded tank supported on a four legged frame. Originally used on a dairy farm to wash equipment, this tank still has it's original plug and could be re-used in a garden to wash utensils or as an unusual garden planter. Early 20th century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £95 In Stock

    Item no:2118

    A salvaged galvanised-iron barrel with two pronounced horizontal reinforcing ribs. This barrel is a good size and shape to be re-used as an unusual garden planter.  Early 20th century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £250 In Stock

    Item no:2119

    An antique copper round planter with a flat rim, rivetted seams and a well developed blue green verdigris patination. Although generally sound this copper has a number of perforations on one side caused by rough use in the past.  19th century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £525 In Stock

    Item no:2121

    A vintage bust of Venus made from composition stone raised on a salvaged stone column. This bust is an attractive model and is presented at a good height to make an excellent garden statue.  20th Century and earlier.

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £360 In Stock

    Item no:2122

    A pair of vintage composition stone planters of square form with greek key and pendant decoration on all sides. These are well weathered and versatile planters which are large enough to hold shrubs or small trees if required.  Early to mid 20th Century  Priced as a pair. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £350 In Stock

    Item no:2123

    A rectangular stone trough on blocks, carved from natural sandstone with a rounded interior. Originally a feed trough for farm animals this trough makes an ideal planter for flowers. 18th/19th Century 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £2,250 In Stock

    Item no:2124

    An antique stone horse trough from Herefordshire with a bowed front and straight back making it ideal to go against a wall. The term horse trough traditionally referred to large water troughs, usually in a farm yard, which provided clean drinking water for large farm animals, especially working horses. Carved from a single block of sandstone this is an...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £540 In Stock

    Item no:2125

    A cast-iron medallion bench, the back and sides intricately cast with foliage and birds with a central medallion of a female figure holding a bird. This is a good quality modern copy of the original design first produced by the Coalbrookdale foundry of Ironbridge, Shropshire. It is in good condition with an attractive weathered look after a number of...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £120 In Stock

    Item no:2128

    A salvaged wrought-iron single gate in sound condition with original latch. This is an estate type gate suitable for keeping farm animals apart but not completely pet proof. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £100 In Stock

    Item no:2129

    A salvaged wrought iron garden gate, blacksmith made throughout with original hinges and latch.  19th Century 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £300 In Stock

    Item no:2130

    A large limestone staddle stone, the round top on a tapered base. This staddle stone is a little ragged, there is a chunk missing from one corner of the base for example, but it still has plenty of character and presence. 18th/19th century 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £900 In Stock

    Item no:2131

    A set of six vintage garden urns in sound condition and attractively weathered. Made from composition stone the cabbage leaf design is well suited for planting with flowers. It is rare to find a matching set of six urns in good condition. Early to mid 20th Century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £1,650 In Stock

    Item no:2132

    A modern bronze garden statue of a female figure sitting in a yoga position with her arms held above her head. Made from genuine bronze this contemporary sculpture is displayed on a natural stone block which is also included. The height given is the figure only.

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £1,600 Out of stock

    Item no:2133

    Marion Smith - A large figure of a boy sitting on a tree stump holding a recorder. Made from bronze resin this figure has a pale verdigris patination and is signed on the boy's belt. It was brought from the artist by the previous owners at the Chelsea flower show in the 1990's and has been outside in their garden since. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £595 In Stock

    Item no:2134

    Christine Baxter - A modern sculpture of a sitting hare individually made in iron resin. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £595 Out of stock

    Item no:2135

    Christine Baxter- A modern sculpture of an alert hare individually made in iron resin. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £195 In Stock

    Item no:2135

    A weathered Haddonstone planter in form of a short and tall rectangular trough decorated on all sides with classically inspired roundels and swags of bellflowers. This is an example of Haddonstone's Adam box and has a particularly good weathered patination.  

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £575

    Item no:2136

    A weathered large garden planter in the form of a rectangular trough with neoclassical decoration on two plinth supports. This is a well weathered example of Haddonstone's Adam trough and is in generally sound condition with no cracks. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £125 In Stock

    Item no:2137

    A vintage garden birdbath made from composition stone formed as a kneeling boy holding a shaped basin which acts as the birdbath. It is supported on a square stone base which is also available if required. NB. Both birdbath and base have extensive areas of peeling paint. 20th Century. £125 for Bird bath £40 for stone base  

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £150 In Stock

    Item no:2139

    A weathered garden birdbath made from composition stone, the square bath supported on a tall baluster column. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £595 Out of stock

    Item no:2141

    A large limestone trough from Wiltshire of typical pump trough form with a rounded front, now raised on two salvaged limestone plinths. Being raised makes this trough a substantial garden feature and at a good height for the plants within to be appreciated. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £450 In Stock

    Item no:2142

    A large sandstone trough from Cumbria of rectangular form with an oval bowl hewn out of the centre. This trough came from the same home in the Lake District as 2143 but it is slightly bigger and taller. The internal dimensions are approximately 18" X 16" X 9" deep.18th/19th Century 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £395 In Stock

    Item no:2143

    A large sandstone trough from Cumbria of roughly square proportions with an oval bowl hewn out of the centre. Probably originally a feeding trough on a farm this trough is heavily encrusted with moss and lichen and has masses of character. The internal dimensions are approx 19" X 18" X 9" deep. 18th/19th century 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £150 In Stock

    Item no:2144

    Two vintage terracotta rhubarb forcers, both forcers similar in size and shape but with a difference in the quality of the lids. The forcer with the better lid is £150, the other one is £120. They can be used to draw rhubarb even without lids. Early 20th century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £120 Out of stock

    Item no:2145

    A vintage limestone birdbath from the west country carved as a simple tazza shaped urn. 19th or early 20th century 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £295 In Stock

    Item no:2146

    A weathered composition stone planter formed as a rectangular rose decorated trough on a separate four legged base. This is a well weathered example of Haddonstone's Victorian Trough and support.

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £2,200 In Stock

    Item no:2147

    A pair of large garden planters formed as flared basketweave planters, each on four paw feet on a rounded base. Made from composition stone these planters are attractively weathered and completely sound with no visible cracks. They make impressive large scale planters with lots of planting depth.  NB. We deliver nationwide and will be pleased to quote for...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £1,800 In Stock

    Item no:2148

    A gothic garden jardiniere modelled as an octagonal font, the two part composition stone planter on a salvaged natural stone base. This attractively weathered jardiniere makes a great focal point for a garden and is large enough to accommodate a good display of flowers. The two part planter came from a garden in the Scottish borders where it had been...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £120 In Stock

    Item no:2149

    A salvaged marble square basin with a carved niche on one side. This basin is heavily weathered after many years outside but may originally have been inside a church. It holds water and makes an interesting birdbath or water bowl. 19th century or earlier. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £75 In Stock

    Item no:2150

    A salvaged sandstone round bowl suitable for use either as a birdbath or as a water bowl for animals.  20th century 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £350 In Stock

    Item no:2151

    Two similar old limestone staddlestones from a farm in Gloucestershire with round tops on square tapered bases. These staddle stones have good proportions and an especially good weathered patination. 18th/19th century 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £450 In Stock

    Item no:2152

    An old oblong rock pool from Devon, carved from a slate like natural stone with a channel at one end. It holds water to a shallow depth and makes a charming water feature especially in a naturalised setting. 18th century or earlier 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £495 In Stock

    Item no:2153

    A salvaged stone bench, the wide plain top supported on two matching stone blocks. This is an unusually large stone bench with an attractive weathered patination and is a good height for sitting on. 19th century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £675 In Stock

    Item no:2154

    A salvaged wrought-iron estate gate from North Worcestershire, the five bar gate complete with two iron posts. This gate is in sound condition with an attractive weathered patination and it is a great bonus to have both original posts. 19th century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £350 In Stock

    Item no:2156

    Two similar limestone staddle stones from Dorset, each with square tops vermiculated on all four sides on tapered square bases. NB, priced individually. 18th/19th century    

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £275 In Stock

    Item no:2157

    Two similar antique limestone staddle stones from Dorset, each with square tops vermiculated on all four sides on a tapered square base. NB priced individually. 18th/19th century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £180 In Stock

    Item no:2158

    A weathered teak bench with a curved back and shaped front rail making it ideal to fit into a corner. It has a trade label reading 'Harreds Teak' on the back and is in generally sound condition.  20th century 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £240 In Stock

    Item no:2159

    A weathered teak bench with an arched back rail and shaped armrests. This bench is in sound condition and is well weathered apart from the shadow of a brass plaque on the back. 20th century 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £325 In Stock

    Item no:2161

    A weathered gothic urn, the eight sided bowl cast with a quatrefoil design and raised on square base. This is an example of Haddonstone's well known Gothic Urn and Base and it is beginning to develop a good weathered patination after a number of years outside in a Worcestershire garden.  

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £600 In Stock

    Item no:2162

    A pair of antique staddlestones from the Droitwich area of Worcestershire, the tapered square tops on riven bases. Carved from sandstone these stones have developed a very good patination of moss and lichen. The square topped shape is characteristic of North East Worcestershire. NB, priced as a pair. 18th/19th century 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £1,500 In Stock

    Item no:2163

    A pair of vintage garden benches of large proportions with flat arms and a deep front apron. Made from hardwood these benches have been recently renovated and repainted. They have a distinctive Edwardian style and would suit a large garden setting. NB, priced as a pair. Early 20th Century 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £120 Out of stock

    Item no:2164

    A pair of weathered garden planters made from composition stone in a five sided medieval design. NB, priced as a pair. 20th century 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £650 In Stock

    Item no:2165

    An antique stone trough from County Durham raised on two block feet. This large sandstone trough is a great height and depth for planting with flowers and ideal to go against a wall. 18th/19th century 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £240 In Stock

    Item no:2166

    A weathered garden statue of a lady seated on a rock, her hair tied with a band. Made from composition stone this figure is well weathered after many years exposed to the elements. 20th century 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £280 In Stock

    Item no:2168

    An antique copper planter with an attractive verdigris patination and an old riveted repair on one side.  19th century 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £325 In Stock

    Item no:2169

    A vintage garden bench, the green painted wooden rails supported on wrought iron end supports with an arched tie bar underneath.  Late 19th/early 20th century 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £375 In Stock

    Item no:2170

    A weathered teak bench by Barlow Tyrie with wide arms and on attractive silver grey patination. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £225 In Stock

    Item no:2173

    A weathered garden urn raised on a fluted column. Made from composition stone this urn is large enough to be a focal point in a garden and has plenty of depth for planting with flowers. 20th century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £480 In Stock

    Item no:2174

    A vintage garden bench, the wooden slats supported on two wrought-iron end supports with an angled tie bar underneath. This good quality and original bench has been recently cleaned and repainted.  Early 20th century.

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £360 In Stock

    Item no:2175

    An antique garden bench, the wooden slats supported on two cast-iron supports moulded as serpents entwined around a tree. This is an original bench which has been recently cleaned and repainted. Late 19th/early 20th Century 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £280 In Stock

    Item no:2176

    An old stone shute comprising a shallow round basin with a projecting spout. Probably originally used to feed pigs through a sty wall this unusual object has great potential to be reused as part of a garden water feature. 18th/19th century 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £395 In Stock

    Item no:2177

    A large Whichford terracotta pot with a moulded sheaf motif on four sides. This is the largest pot in Whichfords orange pot style with a motif which appears to be no longer current. 20th century 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £1,800 In Stock

    Item no:2179

    A large antique sundial, the octagonal bronze plate supported on a carved limestone baluster column. This sundial is an elegant shape and tall enough to be a focal point even in a large garden. It is relatively unweathered, probably because is has been stored inside for a while, but it will rapidly develop a weathered patination if placed outside and...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £850 In Stock

    Item no:2180

    A long antique stone trough from a farm in Gloucestershire now raised on two tapered stone supports. Being raised transforms this trough into a lovely planter for growing and displaying flowers to great effect.  18th or 19th century 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £96 In Stock

    Item no:2181

    A pair of hand thrown terracotta pots from the West Country, each pot with an applied band of abstract decoration.  Priced as a pair  20th century 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £1,875 In Stock

    Item no:2182

    A large stone horse trough from North Yorkshire of rectangular form with an original drainage hole in one corner. Horse trough is an old name for the large drinking troughs traditionally installed in farmyards to water all sorts of farm animals but especially heavy horses . This is an exceptionally sound trough with a well established mossy patination and...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £850 In Stock

    Item no:2183

    A pair of large garden urns made from composition stone, the campana shaped bowls on separate collared round bases. These urns are attractively weathered, especially on more exposed surfaces, and deep enough to accommodate large flowering plants. Modern  Priced as a pair

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £300 In Stock

    Item no:2184

    A pair of well weathered garden urns made from good quality composition stone, the campana shaped bowls on separate square bases.  Priced as a pair  Modern 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £1,800 In Stock

    Item no:2185

    A huge copper planter with a drainage spout on one side and two old riveted repairs. This was originally a brewery vessel, hence it's unusually large size, and it is stamped on the rim 'June 1860' with an illegible stamp for a maker in Stafford. It has been outside for many years and has developed an attractive green verdigris patination as a result. The...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £480 In Stock

    Item no:2186

    A large dachshund weathervane made from galvanised iron, the flat profile of the hound swivelling above the four points of the compass all supported on a wall fixing bracket. We understand that this vane was a special commission from a master blacksmith in the late 20th century. 20th century  

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £2,250 In Stock

    Item no:2187

    A bronze garden figure of a girl holding a separate net, her hair tied in bunches. This is an unusual subject very well suited for the edge of a pond. It has an attractive blue green verdigris patination softened by a number of years outside in a garden setting.  20th century 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £395 In Stock

    Item no:2188

    A carved limestone figure of a fish on an associated composition stone base. The fish is in a traditional stylised pose with it's tail raised and is drilled through the mouth so it can be used as a fountain either in the water or by the edge of a pond. 20th century 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £250 In Stock

    Item no:2189

    A pair of weathered garden urns made from composition stone, the deep bowls decorated with garlands and a wide egg and dart rim, on separate square bases. 20th century  Priced as a pair 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £295 In Stock

    Item no:2190

    A vintage garden birdbath carved from purbeck stone, the rectangular basin supported on four tapered supports fixed to a rectangular base. Early 20th Century  

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £1,295 In Stock

    Item no:2193

    A large antique sandstone trough with a bowed front and straight back which is ideal to go against a wall. It is in excellent condition and holds water so could be used as part of a circulating garden water feature. 18th/19th century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £850 In Stock

    Item no:2194

    An antique stone sundial , the octagonal bronze plate mounted on a carved limestone baluster column. This is an elegant sundial with an attractive weathered patination which will make an excellent garden focal point. 19th or early 20th century 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £895 In Stock

    Item no:2195

    A large antique stone trough from Worcestershire with a bowed front and straight back. This trough is exceptionally deep for its size and is ideal for growing plants such as roses or clematis against a wall.  Condition note. The base of this trough had sheared off but has now been professionally repaired and should last for many years. It is not suitable...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £120 Out of stock

    Item no:2196

    Two weathered composition stone goblins of similar size, one holding a sword, the other a shield. These figures are attractively weathered after many years outside and would make good sentinel figures flanking a drive or entrance both apparently asleep but with one wary eye half open. Modern.   Priced individually 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £450 In Stock

    Item no:2197

    A weathered garden sculpture of a young girl basking in the sun, now raised on a square topped tapered limestone plinth. Made from composition stone this sculpture has mellowed as a result of being outside for many years without losing any detail.  20th century (Sculpture) 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £225 In Stock

    Item no:2199

    A weathered hardwood garden bench with shaped seat and back rails and with a trade label on one end reading 'Alexander Rose'  Modern 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £325 Out of stock

    Item no:2200

    A weathered teak garden bench with an unusual arched top rail together with a vintage teak coffee table. The coffee table has a plaque reading 'Made by the Hughes Bolckow shipbreaking company ltd, Blyth, Northumberland from teak taken from SS Begum" 20th century Bench: 60" wide  Coffee table: 32" x 19" x 15" high 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £750 In Stock

    Item no:2202

    An antique stone trough from Worcestershire with a bowed front and straight back. This trough is in excellent condition for its age and has an attractive surface patination. It was probably originally used to collect apple juice when making cider on a farm. 18th/19th Century  

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £350 In Stock

    Item no:2204

    A pair of small antique staddle stones which originated from Scotland. They are carved from pink sandstone and have a good weathered patination especially on exposed surfaces.  Priced as a pair 19th Century 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £145 In Stock

    Item no:2205

    A salvaged wrought-iron garden gate from Shropshire of traditional blacksmith-made construction with very distressed paint work  19th Century 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £950 In Stock

    Item no:2206

    An unusual set of eight wrought-iron railings from a farm in Herefordshire, the uprights close spaced with two rows of spear finials. These railings have been straightened and renovated where necessary but not cleaned and repainted because the old hand forged wrought-iron has an attractive rusty patination. However they were originally painted dark green...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £225 Out of stock

    Item no:2207

    A recycled teak bench of relatively small proportions with wide arm rests. This bench was covered in peeling paint which has now been cleaned off and it should quickly develop a typical silvery grey weathered patination.  20th century 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £850 In Stock

    Item no:2208

    A set of aluminium garden furniture comprising a rectangular table with six armchairs. This is a good quality set of garden furniture which has been cleaned and renovated and is now ready for use.  Dimensions are for the table. Mid 20th century 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £450 In Stock

    Item no:2209

    A good quality park type bench in generally sound condition and stamped on one end 'Lister, Dursley, Glos'. This bench was formally covered with an uneven dark varnish which has recently been removed and it has already begun to develop the silvery patination typical of weathered teak.  20th century 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £325 In Stock

    Item no:2210

    A vintage stone birdbath, the square basin on a square column and base. The basin is wide and shallow and a good height off the ground making it suitable for a wide variety of birds.  Late 19th/ early 20th century 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £1,800 Out of stock

    Item no:2212

    An elegant amphora shaped garden urn on an associated natural stone plinth. The base of the urn is stamped 'Coade London 2004' referring to both the maker and the type of material that the urn is made from. Coade stone was a type of high fired terracotta developed in the second half of the 18th century which was both highly durable and a very effective...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £595 In Stock

    Item no:2214

    An old cider mill wheel from Herefordshire with a square aperture through the middle, now raised on a short stone column. Made from a very hard gritstone this wheel could be reused as a round garden seat with carpet making plants such as thyme or camomile planted in the middle.  18th/19th century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £275 In Stock

    Item no:2219

    An antique sandstone trough from Gloucestershire with good planting depth and a rounded front. There is a piece missing from one long side but it is old damage which has since weathered over and could be completely hidden by judicious planting. The trough is already planted with herbs which are included if required.  18th/19th century 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £295 In Stock

    Item no:2220

    An antique stone pump trough from Worcestershire with a rounded front and a drainage hole through the base, now raised on two tapered stone supports. This is a good example of a typical pump trough which is much enhanced by being raised off the ground. Originally pump troughs were often raised off the ground and frequently stood on brick piers. The height...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £250 In Stock

    Item no:2221

    An antique stone pump trough from Gloucestershire of typical rectangular from with a rounded front and good planting depth. It is already planted with alpines and the plants are included unless not required.  18th/19th century  

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £90 In Stock

    Item no:2222

    A pair of salvaged chimney pots made from red clay and well weathered after many years outside in a garden. Chimney pots make interesting and unusual garden planters and look especially attractive planted with colourful summer flowers such as trailing pelargoniums. 19th/early 20th century  Priced as a pair 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £2,250 In Stock

    Item no:2223

    A large stone water trough from Hartpury, Gloucestershire, with a bowed front and straight back making it ideal to go against a wall. It is in exceptionally good condition for it's age and could be used to hold water if the drainage hole on the front was blocked up. It is also wide and deep enough to take large plants such as wall climbing shrubs and...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £1,200 Out of stock

    Item no:2225

    A carved limestone garden statue of a girl holding two young birds on a salvaged sandstone column. Carved in Italy from vicenza limestone the statue is relatively modern but attractively weathered by exposure to the elements. The column is made up from salvaged elements, the stone column was originally a stone roller and the base a sharpening wheel, and...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £650 In Stock

    Item no:2226

    A good pair of salvaged oak garden gates, soundly constructed using traditional joinery and blacksmithing skills. These gates were formerly covered in unattractive brown varnish which has now been removed and the ironwork painted so they are ready to be reused. The oak will weather to a silver grey patination with exposure to the elements. 20th century...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £145 In Stock

    Item no:2227

    An old round cast iron trough originally used for feeding pigs, now drilled through the base for drainage and ideal to be used as a garden planter. It still is larger than most troughs of this type and still has it's original wrought iron partitioning frame which acts as a plant support.  19th century 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £250 In Stock

    Item no:2228

    An antique wrought-iron gate from Herefordshire in good but unrestored condition. This gate came from the same farm as the railings (stock no. 2206) and is similarly constructed with two close spaced rows of spear finials.  19th century 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £395 In Stock

    Item no:2230

    A weathered Haddonstone Gothic Urn on base, the octagonal bowl raised on a square base. This urn has a reasonably well developed weathered patination after a number of years outside with no visible cracks.  Modern 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £520 In Stock

    Item no:2232

    A pair of well weathered Haddonstone Romanesque Bowls, the wide round bowls with a band of roundels around the rim raised on separate round bases. These bowls have good planting depth and are ideal for planting with bulbs and summer flowers.  20th century  Priced as a pair

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £250 In Stock

    Item no:2233

    An antique stone trough from Worcestershire of rectangular form with the rounded front typical of traditional pump troughs. This is a good clean trough with no significant damage and would be ideal for herbs or alpines.  18th/19th century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £275 Out of stock

    Item no:2234

    An antique stone trough from Hartpury, Gloucestershire, of rectangular form with a curved front and drainage through the base. It is in very good condition for its age and is ideal for planting with herbs and alpines.  18th/19th century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £350 Out of stock

    Item no:2236

    A vintage planter from France cast in high quality composition stone to look like an old cooking pot with twin angular handles and three shaped feet. It is a good size for planting with flowers and has an exceptionally attractive weathered patination.  Early 20th century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £95 In Stock

    Item no:2237

    A salvaged 'castle' chimney pot made from buff coloured terracotta in good overall condition. Salvaged chimney pots make attractive and interesting planters especially for growing trailing plants 19th century.

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £350 In Stock

    Item no:2238

    A good antique limestone staddlestone from South Worcestershire with good proportions and an attractive weathered patination.  18th/19th century 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £350 In Stock

    Item no:2239

    Two similar limestone staddlestones from the same garden in South Worcestershire both in good condition with a well developed weathered patination.  18th/19th century   Priced individually 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £350 In Stock

    Item no:2240

    Two similar limestone staddlestones from the same garden in South Worcestershrire, each of typical form with round tops and tapered bases and with good weathered patination overall. 18th/19th century  Priced individually 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £250 In Stock

    Item no:2242

    Two similar antique limestone staddlestones from South Worcestershire, each of typical form with well weathered round tops on tapered bases. 18th/19th century.  Priced individually 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £450 In Stock

    Item no:2243

    A vintage portland stone birdbath, the octagonal basin on a tapered octagonal column and square base. This is a smart birdbath in good weathered condition with enough presence to be a focal point in a garden .  late 19th/early 20th century 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £325 In Stock

    Item no:2244

    A well weathered teak bench in generally sound condition with a trade label on one end reading 'Barlow Tyrie Braintree England Genuine Plantation Teak' 20th century 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £450 In Stock

    Item no:2245

    A rectangular sandstone trough on two block supports with drainage through the base. It was originally a feed manger for large farm animals such as heavy horses and has been outside for many years so now has a well established mossy patination. The bases turn this trough into a significant feature which is at a height where the planting can be...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £650 Out of stock

    Item no:2246

    An old wrought iron kissing gate from Herefordshire in two parts, a single hoop top pedestrian gate together with a matching half round section. This type of gate was traditionally used to allow pedestrians access through a fence without the risk of a gate being left open and they were usually installed on a footpath. This is a really good blacksmith made...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £240 In Stock

    Item no:2250

    A large vintage earthenware urn, the twin handled urn decorated with ribbon tied swags and supported on a square base. The distinctive grey mix used in this fired earthenware is surprisingly durable and has survived largely intact although there is a large chip missing from the square base. It doesn't appear to be stamped and the maker is unknown but...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £950 Out of stock

    Item no:2254

    A pair of large composition-stone urns with egg and dart rims, twin looped handles and square bases. They came from a large mansion in Staffordshire and were almost certainly made in the mid to late 19th century by one of several makers producing high quality garden ornaments in 'Roman' stone. The urns are in ex garden condition with old distressed paint...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £600 In Stock

    Item no:2257

    A pair of large garden planters of round tapered form, the sides decorated with florets within a diagonal lattice with a cable patterned border above and below. They are weathered examples of Haddonstone's Italian Planters and are large enough to be used for specimen shrubs or roses. Modern  Priced as a pair  

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £250 In Stock

    Item no:2258

    A salvaged stone birdbath, the rectangular stone bath supported on a tapered column on a square base. The column is carved on one side with the initials 'IA'  19th and earlier 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £675 Out of stock

    Item no:2260

    A charming antique statue of a dachshund on a stepped square column. Carved from limestone, this statue was presumably a memorial to a much loved friend and has a recess on one side of the column for a dedication plaque. 19th Century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £395 In Stock

    Item no:2261

    A pair of composition stone sitting lions which are larger than usual for this model and well weathered after many years outside.  20th century  Priced as a pair. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £480 In Stock

    Item no:2262

    A pair of oak garden arm chairs each bearing an oval trade label reading 'Luke Hughes and Company Wales and Wales Covent Garden London'. These chairs have a weathered grey patination and a definite 'Arts and Crafts' look. Late 20th Century   Priced as a pair 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £650 In Stock

    Item no:2266

    A good quality weathered teak bench of unusually long length bearing a trade label on one end reading 'Brittanic Teak, Alveston, Bristol.' This is a surprisingly comfortable bench with shaped arms and seat and, apart from being weathered, is in sound useable condition. There are currently two similar benches in stock which would make an excellent pair....

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £1,450 In Stock

    Item no:2269

    A set of four weathered garden planters each of panelled hexagonal form with integral feet on each corner. They are examples of Chilstone's Fowler Jardiniere and it is rare to have the opportunity to buy a set of four well weathered planters in sound condition with no cracks.  Modern Priced as a set 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £650 In Stock

    Item no:2271

    A composition-stone garden statue of a maiden in classical dress holding a lyre. This statue belongs to the long standing tradition of depicting classical muses holding an attribute symbolic of their accomplishment, musical instruments usually being associated with song and dance. Although fairly modern, it has begun to develop a weathered patination...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £450 In Stock

    Item no:2272

    A weathered gothic jardiniere, the octagonal bowl with recessed quatrefoil decoration on a square based pedestal. This is a very well weathered example of Haddonstone's Gothic Urn and Base, currently planted with well established trailing succulents. Modern  

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £275 In Stock

    Item no:2273

    An unfamiliar composition-stone garden seat, the rectangular top supported on two shaped supports with classical detailing around the seat edges. There are a couple of surface marks on the top which should weather over fairly quickly once the seat is installed in a garden.  Modern 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £250 In Stock

    Item no:2274

    A pair of cast composition stone lions depicted lying down and half asleep after the famous marble originals carved by Antonio Canova for the tomb of Pope Clement XIII in St.Peter's Basilica, Rome.  Modern  Priced as a pair 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £160 In Stock

    Item no:2275

    A pair of vintage composition stone garden planters decorated on four sides with a Tudor rose motif. Early to mid 20th Century  Priced as a pair 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £225 In Stock

    Item no:2279

    A vintage water tank from a farm in East Herefordshire, originally an old galvanised oil barrel with the top now removed to make a tall rainwater butt or planter. There is a threaded bung half way up the side of this barrel which is water tight so it fills to the top. Early 20th century 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £480 In Stock

    Item no:2280

    A pair of large galvanised iron barrels from a farm in Herefordshire, now cut down to make a pair of versatile and unusual planters. A detached top from one of these planters is stamped 'Russian Oil Products Ltd 2594 for the Soviet company operating in Britain during the 1920's. Early 20th century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £300 Out of stock

    Item no:2282

    An old galvanised trough from South Herefordshire which was originally a farm water trough but is ideal to be reused as a planter. This excellent old trough has a weathered patination, lots of studded detail and iron tethering rings at each end.

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £395 Out of stock

    Item no:2286

    An antique sandstone trough from Gloucestershire, rectangular in shape with an original square notch on one side and good internal depth for its size (internal depth 9"). This trough currently holds water but can easily be drilled for drainage and used as a planter.  18th/19th century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £480 In Stock

    Item no:2288

    A pair of weathered Haddonstone square planters, each side decorated with ribbon tied swags of flowers. These are versatile planters suitable for various planting options including small standard shrubs. They are weathered examples of the Haddonstone Box planter  Modern.  Sold as a pair

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £180 In Stock

    Item no:2290

    A weathered composition stone statue of a young woman holding a robe after the Venus Italica by Antonio Canova.  Modern. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £4,800 In Stock

    Item no:2291

    An antique cider mill from Ruardean, Gloucestershire, made in two semi-circular halves and with its original roller stone. This is an excellent example of the type of cider mill originally present on many farms in the South West Midlands where cider making was once an important part of the farming year. It is made from Monmouthshire gritstone which is an...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £650 In Stock

    Item no:2292

    An antique wrought-iron estate gate from Bridgnorth, Shropshire, handmade throughout using traditional blacksmithing techniques with a single arched stretcher. This gate is wider than a lot of old estate gates and is therefore better suited to modern driveways. 19th Century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £625 In Stock

    Item no:2293

    A large composition stone urn on plinth, the bowl decorated with a grape vine design and with twin loop handles. With a weathered patination and good scale this urn makes an attractive garden focal point.  20th century 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £695 In Stock

    Item no:2298

    A vintage bust of the Apollo Belvedere on an associated modern composition stone column. Unusually made from cast iron this is a large scale bust with an attractive weathered patination. Early 20th century (bust).  Price for is for the bust only. The column is £300

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £325 In Stock

    Item no:2301

    A vintage terracotta garden urn from the West Country, the bowl decorated with a leaf and bead design with four lion masks. Originally in two parts this urn is now fixed together for stability and is deep enough to accommodate a variety of flowers. 19th or early 20th century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £180 Out of stock

    Item no:2302

    A vintage terracotta tapered planter decorated with swags and flower heads. This planter is a good size for planting and has a lovely weathered patination.  Early 20th Century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £350 Out of stock

    Item no:2303

    A vintage square birdbath carved from limestone and originally in four parts but now fixed together to improve stability. It has a very practical round bath with is reasonably deep so doesn't dry out too quickly. Early 20th Century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £325 In Stock

    Item no:2304

    Two similar antique limestone staddlestone from Berkshire each with a very well weathered patination with lots of moss and lichen.  Priced Individually  18th/19th Century 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £140 Out of stock

    Item no:2305

    A good vintage cast iron trough, originally a feeding trough for farm animals but now drilled through the base to provide drainage for plants. This trough is larger than most old feed troughs of this type and makes a great garden planter. 19th or early 20th Century.

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £480 Out of stock

    Item no:2306

    An unusual antique limestone birdbath, the round bath on a baluster column on a round limestone base. This is a stylish garden ornament with a relatively shallow bath which could also be used as a bird table.  19th or early 20th century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £895 Out of stock

    Item no:2307

    An antique garden urn, the round composition stone bowl on a carved limestone base. This is a large and capacious planter which makes a great feature urn. The two parts have been put together but are a good match in terms of colour and scale.  19th or early 20th century.

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £360 In Stock

    Item no:2308

    A weathered garden planter consisting of a rectangular composition stone trough raised on two limestone blocks. The trough is a good size for planting and is decorated on three sides with medieval scenes so it is an ideal planter to go against a wall.  20th Century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £480 In Stock

    Item no:2309

    A salvaged cast-iron planter, the rectangular trough raised on two tapered composition stone bases. This trough is unusually long with plenty of planting room and could hold a spectacular display of flowers. It is perfect to go against a wall or under a window. 19th Century 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £480 Out of stock

    Item no:2311

    A pair of exceptionally large terracotta planters decorated with a continuous design of citrus fruit. They are weathered after many years outside in a Herefordshire garden and each have an oval maker's stamp reading " Handmade Terracino Frost Resistant" 20th Century  Priced as a Pair

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £120 In Stock

    Item no:2313

    A composition stone garden planter of tall octagonal form with an attractive weathered patination.  20th Century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £350 In Stock

    Item no:2314

    An unusual vintage garden bench, the timber rails supported on a wrought iron frame. This bench has a shabby ex garden patination which adds to its charm but is structurally sound overall. Late 19th or early 20th Century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £480 In Stock

    Item no:2316

    A vintage terracotta garden planter decorated with a moulded drape and swag design. Although apparently not stamped the design of this pot and the high fired terracotta material used strongly indentify it as a Compton Pottery Apple Pot. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £375 In Stock

    Item no:2321

    An antique garden bench, the wooden rails supported on two cast iron end supports. Each rustic cast iron end has an unusual shield motif incorporating a spring of oak leaves and round pad feet on thickened stems which help prevent the bench from sinking into the ground. The weathered wooden rails are generally sound and are probably replacements.  Late...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £300 In Stock

    Item no:2324

    An antique sandstone jardiniere from Herefordshire, the round planter supported on a tapered sandstone base. This is a well proportioned and versatile raised planter ideal for displaying small and choice plants such as alpines.  18th/19th Century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £225 In Stock

    Item no:2327

    A large composition stone planter with a weathered patination and a versatile stylish shape.  20th Century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £150 Out of stock

    Item no:2328

    A pair of small composition stone lions each in a sitting pose with a good weathered patination.  Priced as a pair. 20th century.

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £295 In Stock

    Item no:2329

    A vintage stone birdbath in three parts and carved from Purbeck stone. This is a very attractive and effective birdbath which holds just the right amount of water.  Early 20th century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £280 Out of stock

    Item no:2330

    An unusual rectangular sandstone trough from Shropshire carved asymmetrically into two parts both of which currently hold water. It is now raised on a rough hewn sandstone base and could, with minor modifications, be used either as a birdbath or a planter or a combination of both.  18th/19th century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £595 In Stock

    Item no:2331

    An antique limestone jardiniere from Somerset, the round bowl raised on a tapered column and stepped round base. This tall planter has lots of charm and is large enough to be a feature in it's own right. There is an old repair to the rim of the bowl which now has a similar weathered patination to the rest.  19th Century or earlier. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £325 Out of stock

    Item no:2332

    A salvaged sandstone bench, the coping stone top supported on two chamfered sandstone bases. 19th century 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £2,250 Out of stock

    Item no:2336

    A vintage stone birdbath carved from limestone, the round basin surmounted by a lead putto and raised on a square baluster column. This is a very classy garden ornament which is large enough to be a stand alone focal point. It dates from the early 20th century when there was a revival of interest in garden design and ornaments resulting from the Arts and...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £360 In Stock

    Item no:2340

    A weathered teak garden bench of sturdy construction with a shaped seat, rounded arms and a rectangular trade label on one end for Britannic Teak, Alveston, Bristol. This bench was formerly treated with a dark stain which has been removed so that the wood can start the natural process of weathering to the silvery grey colour typical of teak.  Modern.

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £750 Out of stock

    Item no:2341

    A pair of vintage garden benches, the wooden rails supported on three wrought iron supports with a horizontal tie bar underneath. These benches have a very similar weathered look and are ideally suited to being kept as a pair. The wrought iron supports are well made and overall the benches are in good ex garden condition. Priced as a pair.  Early 20th...

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £480 In Stock

    Item no:2342

    A weathered statue of Venus bathing after the original marble statue by Allegrain now in the Louvre Museum. This figure is made from marble resin and is well displayed on a salvaged Ketton stone block which is included in the price. It is a good quality garden statue which is attractively weathered while retaining good detail.  20th Century 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £675 In Stock

    Item no:2345

    An unusual half round stone trough from Herefordshire, the straight back presumably intended to go against a wall. This was most probably once a water trough for farm animals and it could be reused as part of a circulating water feature. It is very heavy and requires mechanical assistance to move.  18th/19th Century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £325 Out of stock

    Item no:2348

    A vintage copper planter shaped as a cauldron pot with waisted sides and twin iron handles. This is an attractive salvaged planter which will develop more of a verdigris patination the longer it is outdoors. 19th Century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £1,650 In Stock

    Item no:2353

    A good long feed trough from South Herefordshire with a carved central partition and now raised on two matching stone blocks.  18th/19th century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £1,800 Out of stock

    Item no:2355

    Ben Wouters, 'Frederick'. A modern bronze figure of a boy preparing to dive into a pool.

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £395 In Stock

    Item no:2356

    A good bow fronted trough from Gloucestershire carved from pennant stone. This trough is in sound condition for it's age and has excellent proportions with plenty of depth. 19th Century

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £325 In Stock

    Item no:2360

    An antique pennant stone pump trough from Gloucestershire of typical rectangular form with a rounded front. There is a large square hole in the base for a drainage grill which needs covering with a tile or similar before planting.  18th/19th Century.

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £250 In Stock

    Item no:2361

    An antique stone pump trough from Worcestershire of typical rectangular form with a rounded front and an original drainage hole through the front. This is a good sized trough with an attractive patination but suffers from an old repair to one side, hence the reduced price.  18th/19th Century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £295 Out of stock

    Item no:2366

    A large antique sandstone staddlestone from Martley, Worcestershire with a well established weathered patination.  18th/19th century. 

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £850 In Stock

    Item no:2369

    A large garden sundial, the octagonal bronze plate raised on a baluster column decorated with swags and foliate leaves. It is attractively weathered after many years outside and makes a strong focal point even in an expansive garden. The plate depicts Father Time in an oval recess beneath the gnomon which is supported by a crouching sphinx. 20th century.

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £1,100 In Stock

    Item no:2372

    Andrew Roache, Hunting Owl.  A modern iron resin sculpture of a hunting owl mounted on a salvaged red sandstone base. The stone base is included in the price and the height listed is overall, including both the owl and the base. The height of the owl sculpture on it's own is 60 cm.

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £150 In Stock

    Item no:2375

    A pair of weathered round terracotta planters with a greek key border under the rims, each stamped 'Made in Italy' Priced as a pair. 20th century.

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £215 In Stock

    Item no:2377

    A weathered composition stone gothic planter of octagonal tapering form enhanced by a quatrefoil on each panelled side. This is a weathered example of Haddonstone's Gothic Vase.

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £595 In Stock

    Item no:2379

    An antique tulip-shaped cast iron urn on an old panelled square base. This urn could be used as a feature urn but also lends itself to being used as a fountain because of its open spreading bowl and recurved rim. However the base is solid and needs to be drilled to make a fountain. 19th Century.

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £125 Out of stock

    Item no:2380

    A carved sandstone bowl suitable for use as a birdbath or water bowl. Modern

    SOLD
    More Details
  • £1,800 In Stock

    Item no:2387

    An antique marble sculpture of the Greek mythological hero, Odysseus, being welcomed by his dog, Argos. According to the Odyssey, Odysseus returned home after many years away fighting the Trojan wars disguised as a beggar. As he approached his home no-one recognised him apart from his now very old dog, Argos. The sculptor has used some artistic licence...

    SOLD
    More Details

About Holloways Antiques

Holloways sell garden antiques and garden ornament, antique pots and planters, salvaged garden ornament and reclaimed garden ornament from our courtyards around the family farm, near Malvern in Worcestershire. We specialise in old English stone including old farm troughs, millstones and staddle stones. We also have a range of interesting garden sculpture, garden statues and contemporary garden art.

We are situated in the beautiful English countryside and a visit to see our collection is never wasted. You can browse for hours in the extensive courtyards where you might find an old stone cider mill complete with millstone, a stone tough for planting alpines, an early 20th century lead urn, or a contemporary sculpture to use as a garden centrepiece. All will make your garden unique.

Holloways have been dealers in garden antiques for over 25 years and Edward Holloway is one of the leading experts in antique garden ornament and vintage garden ornament in the UK.

About Holloways Antiques