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19th Century Garden Heron

VG10287

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A quirky stone heron dating from the 19th century. Its tall metal legs sit on a heavy piece of composite stone. The weight of the stone combines with the flexibility of the metal legs to allow the heron to move in the breeze without falling over! He has developed an attractive patina over the years and would be a happy addition to any pond side or garden.

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"Wonderful addition to our garden."

DEON,  

MAY 2021

We are very pleased with the Arras bench, a wonderful addition to our garden. Thank you for your help in making this possible.

"Love the table & chairs"

Rosie,  

March 2021

Delivery first thing this morning as promised. Love the table & chairs.

"The perfect bistro set"

Linda,  

May 2021

Just to say that we are very pleased with the bistro set and it sits perfectly in its allocated space amongst lemon bushes.

"Love the table & chairs"

Rosie,  

March 2021

Delivery first thing this morning as promised. Love the table & chairs.

"Looks Slendid"

Stephen,  

June 2021

All arrived this morning and looks splendid.

"Lovely Chairs"

Kate,  

June, 2021

The chairs arrived with me today. They are lovely. Thank you for all your work finding them for me.

"We love it!"

Alice,  

April 2021

All arrived safely and nice and early. Thanks, we love it!

"They are wonderful"

Gerri, USA,  

April, 2021

Thank you for my well packed and beautiful Swans and my Garden Stork! They are wonderful ❤️

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