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Jardinières and Troughs
Larger, decorative jardinière with
double quatrefoil panels between
two heavy mouldings, reducing to
a broad base. There is an example
at Chiddingstone Castle, Kent.
Can also be used as a fountain.
Height: 67.3cm (26½ ins)
Width side to side: 80.0cm (31¼ ins)
Diameter inside: 62.2cm (24½ ins)
Base: 60.4cm (23¾ cm)
Also available with a taller base
making the height 95.0cm (37½ ins)
Gothic Revival Trough
Gothic Revival vase c.1830. From an original at
The Manor Hotel, Castle Coombe. The vase is
octagonal at the base and lip, with gothic arch
decoration - a true classic.
Square jardinière c.1800, originally from Strawberry
Hill, Horace Walpole’s home. Three panels of
quatrefoil decoration on each side. Plain square base
and heavily moulded lip. The original copy of this
piece is at The Manor Hotel in pretty Castle Coombe,
Wiltshire. The jardinière can be supplied without an
internal base to allow root growth.
Height: 49.5cm (19½ ins)
Width: 49.5cm (19½ ins)
Base: 34.3cm (13½ ins)
Height: 41.2cm (16¼ ins)
Square top: 53.3cm (21 ins)
Square base: 50.8cm (20 ins)
Did You Know?
The Gothic Revival was a
reaction to Neo-Classicism
and was a return to Medieval
(Gothic) architectural styles.
It was a return to High Church
principles and the architecture
is typified by an ecclesiastical