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Large Urns
“It may seem
self-evident
that a large urn
would require a
large garden but
such pieces may
do very well in
a small space
provided they
are alone.”
Victoria Urn
Finial originally designed by
the great Decimus Burton for
the Royal Botanical Gardens at
Kew. This urn was recreated from
drawings stored at Kew after 120
of the original urns went missing
during World War II. They were
recreated from the drawings by
Chilstone craftsmen and remain
on the roof of the Temperate
House to this day. The Botanical
Gardens at Kew are a World
Heritage Site.
Dimensions
Finial height: 128.3cm (50½ ins)
Square base: 50.0cm (19¾ ins)
Overall width: 61.0cm (24 ins)
Code C2140A
suggests eminent gardener
Sir Roy Strong
Fluted Urn with Lid
A pleasing fluted bowl with an
ornate lid featuring a pine cone
finial.
Shown with a C9700D pedistal.
Dimensions
Height: 112.0cm (44 ins)
Diameter: 58.0cm (23 ins)
Square base: 38.0cm (15 ins)
Code C4500B
William Kent Urn
Designed for the Wilderness
garden at Great Linford Manor
c.1740. The design is a plain
ovoid shape, with a raised Greek
key pattern around the rim, and
a lid surmounted by a ball.
Suitable for avenues and vistas,
but particularly magical in a
woodland setting.
Illustrated with C5200B pedestal
Dimensions
Height: 110.5cm (43½ ins)
Diameter: 55.2cm (21¾ ins)
Square base: 38.1cm (15 ins)
Code C2200B
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