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Small Urns
Linford Urn
and Pedestal
William IV vase c.1835. The
bowl has convex fluting with leaf
decoration at the neck.
The matching pedestal has raised
panels and moulded base. Ideal
for planting used both indoors
and in the garden.
Although usually purchased
together, the Linford Urn C7100A
and Linford Pedestal C7100D can
be purchased separately.
Dimensions
Total height: 81.3cm (32 ins)
Urn
Height: 38cm (15 ins)
Diameter: 47.6cm (18¾ ins)
Square neck base: 21.6cm (8½ ins)
Pedestal
Height: 43.2cm (17 ins)
Square base: 26.7 cm (10½ ins)
Code C7100
“An urn can be
beautiful as a
feature, drawing
the eye to a
favoured point
in the garden
- a focal point.
Either planted
or unplanted,
the urn can
add beauty to
a garden all
year round.”
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Did you know?
Roman Fluted Urn
Oakley Vase
George IV Tazza
Classical Roman design with
graceful flutes and tall neck
favouring tall planting.
Beautiful vase formed of leaves
curling at the lip. Copied from an
original at Oakley Park, Shropshire.
Often used with coping
or as a finial.
Dimensions
Height: 51.3cm (21 ins)
Diameter: 43.1cm (17 ins)
Square base: 24.8cm (9¾ ins)
Highly decorative shallow tazza
with classical egg and tongue
rim and fluted bowl. This popular
tazza is great for planting as there
is a generous surface area and
good bowl depth.
Dimensions
Height: 50.8cm (20 ins)
Diameter: 35.6cm (14 ins)
Square base: 23.5cm (9½ ins)
Code C2130
Code C5700
Often used with Chilstone
pedestal C4900.
Dimensions
Height: 42.5cm (16¾ ins)
Diameter: 57.5cm (22¾ ins)
Square base: 24.5cm (9¾ ins)
Code C6700
Urns are among the oldest
of garden ornaments and date
from Greek and Roman history.
For this reason many have
classical designs.
Urns are usually covered with
a lid and the earliest examples
were funeral Urns. Romans
placed such urns in niches.
Small urns have many uses
indoors and out, they work very
well in a small alcove or nook.
They can also be used as a
small self-contained fountain.
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