Last Shipment of 2018 Brings Antique Troughs!
Among other things, an array of antique troughs seem to come with each new container and our September arrival was no exception.
The troughs exhibit such history as well as beauty. Most pieces are covered in thick layers of moss, each overlapping green conveying the years past like rings in tree. The grooves and pock from chisel and tool reflecting the craftsman’s hard earned prize. As always there is at least one surprising piece that catches my eye. With this container it was the Antique Round Trough, its height and thick walls make it a unique and stunning focal point.
Check out our photos below to see if anything catches your eye!
It’s been such a pleasure and privilege to work with all of you over the years. What a joy it was (and still is!) to see so many garden ornaments featured in your spectacular landscapes and beautiful homes.Continue reading
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The Georgian era spans the reign of the Hanoverian Kings, from the accession of George I in 1714 to the death of George IV in 1830. This period was one of major change and artistic flourish as the Georgians set about seismic shifts in British culture, garden design being no exception.Continue reading