chilstone 2019(online) - Page 78

“Fountains are
one of the oldest
garden ornaments.
Originally these
were, connected
to springs or
aqueducts, to
provide drinking
water and water
Kew Single Tier
for bathing, but
the Romans also
Best-selling, graceful fountain,
with water jets flowing from
used them as a
acorn and lion masks. The water
runs around the bowl, which is
display of status
decorated with stylised leaves.
and wealth in
Height: 133.3cm (52½ ins)
Bowl width: 91.4cm (36 ins)
their villas and
Pedestal base: 48.2cm (19 ins)
Code C2190G
Roman Baths.”
Although Chilstone produce
a comprehensive range of
standard fountains, many of our
clients choose to design their
own bespoke fountain, by using
components from the whole
Chilstone range.
As almost any Chilstone urn, vase,
or statue, can be adapted by our
craftsmen to work as an effective
water feature, we welcome the
chance to create a personalised
piece to your requirements.
Please contact us to explore this
bespoke service further.
Over 20 working fountains can
be viewed in Chilstone’s beautiful
show gardens.
Laskett Fountain
This fine fountain is named after
the elegant Laskett Gardens,
Herefordshire. Sir Roy Strong,
one of this country’s foremost
authorities on the arts, designed
these amazing gardens. This is a
large two-tier fountain supported
by our Father Time triangular base.
It is a major feature in the Laskett
Gardens, which are the largest
private gardens to have been
created since the Second World
Height: 239.0cm (94½ ins)
Large bowl diameter:
111.2cm (44 ins)
CW2 pool suround overall diameter:
505.0cm (197 ins)
Code C3132

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