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Small Urns
Tulip Urn
Ribbon Vase
Regency Urn
Christopher Wren Urn c.1700
with acanthus leaves supporting
a fluted bowl. Dignified, classical
urn that can be used as a planter
or as a gate finial. Ideal for
planting, or embellishing walls
and gate piers.
Based on a design from the
William and Mary period (c.1690).
A highly decorative vase with
swags of drapery tied off in
four bows, supporting hanging
bunches of fruit and flowers.
Inspired by the Brighton Pavilion
c.1810, this exotic piece is
octagonal, with upturned lotus
leaves on a scalloped base.
Height: 50.8cm (20 ins)
Diameter: 40.6cm (16 ins)
Base diameter: 28.0cm (11 ins)
Suggested pedestal: C4900
Code C1170
Height: 41.9cm (16½ ins)
Diameter (widest): 45.7cm (18 ins)
Base diameter: 27.9cm (11 ins)
Suggested pedestal: C4900
Height: 47.0cm (18½ ins)
Width of lip: 40.6cm (16 ins)
Width of base: 31.7cm (12½ ins)
Suggested pedestal: C4900
Code C3500
Code C5500
Buckland Urn
Acanthus Urn
Monteith Bowl
Elegant simplicity - a hemispherical
bowl on a turned stand with a
square base.
A simple but effective urn, with
striking acanthus leaf decoration.
Inspired by the famous Monteith
Punch Bowl, with the traditional
scalloped rim. Good depth for
Height: 62.2cm (24½ ins)
Diameter: 50.8cm (20 ins)
Square base: 40.5cm (16 ins)
Code C2290
“Small urns and
pedestals can
create a central
feature and focal
point in any
sized garden”
Can be used as a planter or finial.
Height: 43.0cm (17 ins)
Diameter: 44.5cm (17½ ins)
Square base: 23.0cm (9¼ ins)
Code C2030
Height: 26.6cm (10½ ins)
Diameter: 45.8cm (18 ins)
Base: 25.0cm (10 ins)
Code C1120

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