Garden Ornaments For Sale
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Venus and Cupid Garden Statue
A beautiful depiction of Venus disarming Cupid . Her hand gently holds cupid close while he playfully stands on a vase reaching for his arrows. Elegant, handsome and nicely detailed. Based on the original by Albert-Ernest Carrier-Belleuse, born in France (1824 -1887). Carrier-Belleuse was a student of David d’Angers and studied briefly at the École des Beaux-Arts. His career is distinguished by his versatility and his work outside France: in England between 1850 and 1855 (working for Mintons),
Rare Pair Of Antique Stone Lions
A true pair of antique carved limestone recumbent lions on attached plinths. These two stylized lion sculptures are mirror images of each other with their own unique details. Nice patina, in very good condition given age and use. Circa 1880. Imported from France. To learn more about animals and their place in the garden, please visit our Edit: Animal Instincts: Mild or Wild?
Vintage Blue Wood Bench
Simple vintage wood bench with remnants of blue paint. Charming piece! Imported from England. Local delivery and curbside pickup are available only for this bench. Please call for a delivery quote or choose the "pick up" option during your check out process.
Double Bowl Water Fountain
Cast Stone Double Bowl Water Fountain, self circulating. Pump included. This fountain could work well in any garden either modern or traditional. Cast stone and finished in a weathered gray color. Lovely sound. Local delivery and curbside pickup are available for this fountain in addition to shipping. To learn more about fountains, please read our blog on creating the perfect water sound .
Midtown Square Planter, Large
A modern take on a traditional classic English lead square planter, sharp clean lines, elegant in its modern simplicity. Large lead planter with plenty of planting space, could easily accommodate a good size root ball. Weather resistant, outdoor planter. To learn more about the history of English lead ornamentation please visit our blog .
Antique Bronze Pedestal
Antique Bronze Pedestal, highly decorated with figural heads, floral medallions and swags, Rams heads and wonderfully detailed paw feet. Lovely patina and in excellent condition. Heavy bronze piece. Circa 1910. Price for pedestal only. The Armillary Sundial is not included, but you can find it here Janus Bronze Armillary .
Antique Cornish Stone Trough
Large antique carved Cornish stone trough from Somerset England. (Please see picture for close up view of the stone.) This trough has an old repair to the back panel. Although the trough is capable of holding water, we would not recommend fountain use. Good patina. Circa 1800 Imported from England. To read about the history of antique troughs, please visit our blog .
Loire Lead Square Planter
A modern take on a traditional English lead garden planter. Large square lead planter with a double circular pattern creating a strong structural design. Imported from England. To learn more about the history of English lead ornamentation please visit our blog .
Antique Rustic Carved Limestone Trough
Antique French limestone carved trough. Rough chisel marks on exterior. Top worn smooth. Some stone loss on lower corner, basin holds water and could be used as a planter or fountain. Currently, the trough does not have drainage holes but we could easily add if used as a planter. To read about the history of antique troughs, please visit our blog .
Vintage Trough Planters
Pair of vintage dry cast limestone garden troughs with a basket weave pattern on three sides; back side is plain to lie flush with wall. Beautifully weathered with moss growing inside and out. Nice height and length which provides a good planting space. Imported from Kent England. To learn about cast stone and why it's different than concrete, please visit our blog.
Small Windsor Stoneware Planter
Small glazed Windsor stoneware planter for the garden. Last one available in white. Salt-glazed stoneware was first made in the 1400s and it’s still being made today in the same traditional way. The glaze has a lemon peel type texture – a slightly bumpy surface which is created by the salt in the kiln. Imported from England.
Antique Wood Trough
This antique wood trough was once used as a trencher for kneading dough, worn smooth. Today it could be used in so many ways! The trough could be made into a planter, a decorative holder of various household items or simply propped up as art to make any room interesting. They also make wonderful table centerpieces full of fruit or ornaments. Imported from England.
Decorative Lead Square Planter
Antique Lead square garden planter with pineapple medallion in the center of strap work design with four Tudor roses in each corner of the strap work. Nice patina. Good planting space. Last one available. Imported from England. To learn more about the history of English lead ornamentation please visit our blog .
Ribbon Swag Jardiniere
A regency style round jardiniere with fruit swags and ribbon knots. Just right proportions for entry ways, terraces, gardens. Hand made using cast limestone which ages beautifully. Imported from England. Please note: The version of the Ribbon Swag Jardiniere shown here has developed a nice weathered patina. The original color is Portland limestone. If you would like to fast forward nature, please ask us about our hand staining weathered finish. To learn about dry cast limestone and how it's diff
Large Lead Planter Cistern
Large square decorative planter with central ship motif and a pair dolphins with 2 shells above. Based on the 1757 original. This could also be a cistern or fountain basin. Currently no drainage holes but could be added for planter use. Panels are originally from a small distinctive 18th Century cistern design. This design could be made into a round cistern or planter. See our Ship Tub or Ship Planter for more detail. Imported from England. To learn about the history of English lead ornamentatio
Antique Stone Trough, 28"
Antique rustic carved York stone trough with beautiful moss from a farm in Yorkshire England. At 28" long, this trough is a nice flexible size that would work in many areas of your garden. To read about the history of antique troughs, please visit our blog .
Mossy Old Watering Trough, 51"
Large Antique Carved Stone Rectangular Trough, hand hewn from Cornish Granite. Typically antique stone watering troughs tend to be long and narrow, but this one is particularly wide and deep. Could be used as a fountain basin or planter. Well weathered with nice mossy growth. Good consistent proportions. Drainage hole on short side of trough. A wonderfully rustic old farming trough. With the natural stone and uneven bottom, we would suggest placing this trough on pea stone or crushed stone to le
Antique Long Farm Trough
19th century carved French limestone trough. Rough chisel marks on exterior. Could make a nice fountain basin or drainage holes could be added for planter use. Shown here with another similar trough, would make a nice pair. Imported from Kent England. To read about the history of antique troughs, please visit our blog .
Antique Farming Trough
Old hand hewn long limestone farm trough. Would make a nice fountain basin or could be used as a planter. Shown here with a similar trough that would make a good pair. Imported from Kent England. To read about the history of antique troughs, please visit our blog .
Trumpet Stoneware Planter
Tall tapered stoneware planter with a flared lip, also known as a trumpet planter for the garden. Salt glazed in a traditional brown color with no glazing inside. Wave decoration on the side with the makers stamp. One planter available. Imported from England. Salt-glazed stoneware was first made in the 1400s and it’s still being made today in the same traditional way. The glaze has a lemon peel type texture – a slightly bumpy surface which is created by the salt in the kiln. In salt-glazing po
Antique Large Stone Trough
Impressive Antique stone trough carved from a single piece of volvic stone; a very hard stone from Volvic France. Trough has a small drain hole on the side. Well weathered with a very nice patina of lichen and moss. Today, Volvic is a town internationally known for the purity of its water. In the past, however, it was famous for the durable, grey stone that was quarried there beginning in the 12th century. Imported from France. To read about the history of antique troughs, please visit our b