A collection of zinc planters in six styles and a range of sizes, inspired by planters from 19th century European estate gardens. Produced in heavy-gauge steel dipped in molten zinc, they acquire a wonderful grey patina over time and blend so well within any garden, courtyard or interior space.
Established over 40 years, Architectural Heritage is considered to be one of the world's largest resources for fine antique and reproduction garden ornament. Their ever-changing antique inventory includes urns, sundials, seats, fountains, troughs and gates, alongside a collection of classic, modern designs to complement both contemporary and traditional garden schemes. This year Architectural Heritage are proud to be working in association with the National Trust to present 'The Sissinghurst Castle Garden Copper Planter', an exact replica of the original planter in the garden designed by Vita Sackville-West at Sissinghurst Castle. Architectural Heritage also offer a selection of curated modern British sculpture and architectural interiors.
Manufacturers since 2005, Bronzino specialise in hand-formed planters created from recycled sheet copper, brass or solid sheet zinc designed by Kenneth Topp. Each design is available to order in any quantity and a choice of four patinas or a natural polished finish. Traditional patinas provide unique colour enhanced by time. Strong yet light, suitable for indoors or outdoors; perfect for roof gardens or terraces. Bespoke design service: cisterns, boxes, pool ornament, fountains, architectural pieces.
Cressida & Rose are suppliers of beautiful garden and interior planters. Their collection includes both traditional and contemporary hand made metal planters, finished in a distressed hand applied wash over zinc. Powder coated options are also available and a stunning range of ceramic planters by Atelier Vierkant. The planter collection starts at £85 plus delivery. Please visit their web site to view the collection and the sizes that are available.
Designers and makers of fine English garden wirework. Inspired by original wirework structures from the 19th century, every piece is individually hand-made using traditional skills to create elegant and practical garden architecture. Woven wirework lattice is used to create arches, canopies, porches, trellis panels and posts, gazebos and window boxes. There's also a new range of planters and woven mesh firescreens or fire guards. All products are designed and manufactured in their workshops near Bath.
Rayment Wirework are producers of high quality garden structures and furniture, hand-crafted from mild steel; from tree seats to trellis, specified gates to gazebos; from glass top tables to chandeliers (contemporary and traditional). Galvanised, antique etched, paint or powder-coated colour finishes. Designs for interior and exterior. Rayment Wirework is the only remaining wirework specialist in the UK, offering a bespoke design/product service for private and industry clients.