Taddington Manor, Taddington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire GL54 5RY
Architectural Heritage specialise in Garden Antiques, Modern British Art, Architectural Interiors and has created six Handmade Garden Collections. With over 40 years’ experience as purveyors of exceptional garden ornament, their extensive inventory includes the finest examples of Garden Antiques on the market today. The six Handmade Garden Collections are defined by material to make fountains, planters, sundials, statuary and ornament. New for 2021 is The Forged Iron Garden Dining & Furniture Collection. Architectural Heritage is proud to continue its association with the National Trust presenting The Sissinghurst Castle Garden Copper Planter, an exact replica of the original planter in the garden designed by Vita Sackville-West at Sissinghurst Castle.
Pont Wrysgen, Cwm Cewydd, Machynlleth, Powys, SY20 9HP
0345 222 0154
Cressida & Rose are suppliers of sculptural objects for both gardens and interiors. Their collection includes leaf balls, lattice balls, artichokes and stone sculpture selected for elegance and durability. All metal designs are finished in a distressed wash over zinc and are available in a range of sizes. By combining products of different sizes, they make a wonderful display within beds around entertainment spaces or as part of an interior scheme. The sculptural collection starts at £155 plus delivery. Please visit their web site to view the collection and the sizes that are available.
The Stoneworks, West Horrington, Wells, Somerset, BA5 3EH
Redwood Stone designs and manufactures a collection of garden ornaments and water features to enhance gardens and landscapes, both private or commercial. Choose from the Classical Weathered and Reclamation ranges. Redwood Stone is also renowned as the creator of delightful Gothic follies and ruins and can be seen each year at both the Chelsea and Hampton Court Flower Shows. Standard designs can be reimagined to create unique structures. Components are normally hand-carved in stone to achieve the distressed look, before being moulded and then treated to give a convincing reclaimed feel that has confused experts on many occasions.