Passionate about making the most of our outdoor living spaces and gardens, we offer a wide variety of classical styled antique as well as later pieces. Garden urns, fine sculpture, well-worn troughs and pots, and architectural items of a scale to naturally blend in your garden, conservatory, or outdoor dining area. Things that will continue to delight the eye for years to come and in any weather!

Coalbrookdale Design BenchCoalbrookdale Design Bench

Coalbrookdale Design Bench

In the 19th c., the serpent and grape form design featured on this bench first appeared in 1844. This bench has never been altered, and retains its old, weathered pale green painted finish. Seat rails may have been replaced in an earlier life.
Pair Vintage Composite Stone Whippets

Pair Vintage Composite Stone Whippets

£695.00 pair
H:40 x W:64 x D:26 cm
Pair vintage composite stone weathered garden figures of whippets ready to guard your stately entrance. No feeding or grooming necessary!
Pair, Rare Minton Majolica JardinièresPair, Rare Minton Majolica Jardinières

Pair, Rare Minton Majolica Jardinières

H:40 x W:57 cm
These exceptional majolica jardinières are beautifully decorated. Featured in the 1851 Great Exhibition, these remarkable pieces remain as stylish and contemporary as ever. Loss to one tray edge, some light abrasion to the glazed surface in some areas.
Pair, Victorian Cast Iron Shallow Garden Urns

Pair, Victorian Cast Iron Shallow Garden Urns

£625.00 pair
H:37 x D:54 cm
A perfectly sized pair for indoor displays, or in your garden. Traditional ribbed bowls and an egg and dart rim, with many layers of old white paint nicely weathered and worn.
Stone PuttoStone Putto

Stone Putto

H:95 with base x W:50 x D:40 cm
A fine weathered stone standing putto on a natural Portland stone base.
The Water Carrier Bronze Water FeatureThe Water Carrier Bronze Water Feature

The Water Carrier Bronze Water Feature

H:145 statue, later plinth H:67 cm
A recent arrival! An early 20th-century cast bronze garden sculpture water feature ‘The Water Carrier’ by Louis Frederick Roslyn/Roselieb (1878-1934). Signed and dated 1911. Plumbed as a fountain.