Reclaimed Carrara Marble Garden Plaque / Wall Fountain. An early 20th century, Italian marble plaque with decorative scrolling with an applied composition stone head in the centre. This could be drilled to make a wall fountain.
18th Century Style English Lead Cistern. A large lead water cistern Dated 1707 and initialled ‘TM’. Decorated with figures, Celtic symbols, Crowns and a Phoenix with flames to three sides. This is a good sized planter or water feature for a courtyard or formal garden.
Two George III Coade Stone Urn Finials. Shown on square section artificial stone plinths cast with rams’ masks and swags. The design of the urns appears in Coade’s 1778 trade catalogue, no. 94 (plate marked N. 2 in the Sir John Soane museum copy of the catalogue). These spectacular fluted urns are stamped, Coade Lambeth 1794, one
Monumental Neoclassical Style Doulton Urn on Pedestal, from a private collection in Ireland. Crafted between 1877-1880 this has the Doulton mark stamped on the socle. The pedestal has oak leaf swags around the top, with rams heads adorning each corner, and leaf wreaths on each side. The urn has stylised lion heads to the base
Coade Artificial Stone Finial. A Church inspired pinnacle in Coade stone. With Fern leaf detail, and oak and acorn finial. Unstamped. Included in the photos is a drawing taken from a 1777-1778 Coade catalogue. This shows the finial we have here at UK Architectural Heritage.
Antique Cast Iron Brazier. A magnificent antique cast iron brazier with deep circular bowl, embellished with four lion heads, supported on an intricate wrought iron structure, terminating in large cast iron lion paws. Originally part of a set, positioned at the entrance to a theatre in London. Additional Dimensions Height 116 cm Internal bowl diameter
Pair of Victorian Clam Shell Planters or Fountains. These natural giant clam shells could be used as fountains or planters. There are drainage holes, and evidence of old pipes. Possibly by Blanchard or Blashfield, but they are not stamped. Additional Dimensions Diameter of base 46cm 60kg each 120kg total Delivery to UK mainland only.
Blanchard Terracotta Fountain Group of a Boy and Dolphin. A 19th Century buff terracotta fountain in the form of a boy sitting on a stylised dolphin, supported by a simulated rock base. Stamped Blanchard.
An antique giant clam shell, reclaimed from a garden and previously used as a fountain. This is a large example at 86 cm wide and weighing in at 95 kg. This item may be subject to export restrictions. Delivery is available to England, Wales and Scotland only.
Reclaimed Lefco (Leeds Fire Clay Company) Birdbath. A glazed terracotta Bird Bath in the form of a putto holding a scallop shell aloft. Standing upon a square plinth with two further basins. This birdbath was one of the most successful designs produced by LEFCO. This is a particularly good example coming with the additional plinth.
A white glazed ceramic bowl on pedestal. Originally a wash basin, this durable piece can be re-purposed as a garden fountain. Additional Dimensions Depth of bowl 12 cm Base 56 cm square Waste Diameter 10 cm
Antique Wrought Iron lamp stands 8ft. A very unusual pair of English wrought iron lamp stands (250 cm). These light stands are suitable for internal or external use. Each blacksmith made using traditional fire welding. Additional Dimensions Each approximately 65 x 65 x 250 cm Widest point of base 65 x 65 cm (triangle) 186 kg