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Haddonstone, the UK’s leading manufacturer of fine garden ornaments and architectural stonework, took the opportunity to launch three new products at Glee 2013, and GardenSite was there to see them unveiled.
The new Gothic Fountain with Lion Centrepiece is self-circulating with four handsome lion masks spouting water into the gothic octagonal fountain bowl.
Also on display was the Rhubarb Forcer, a familiar design that unlike most terracottas is frost resistant.
Finally there was the majestic Parthenon Frieze, replicated from original carvings dating from 443-438BC.
Nathan Dodd from GardenSite, who was present at the launch, said that it
'was quite remarkable that Haddonstone can time and again come up with such impressively designed and manufactured products.'
The Gothic Fountain will be a distinguished focal point in any garden, while the frieze and forcer will be intriguing garden ornaments.'
'They are quality items and British made, so we're proud to be one of their key retailers.'
GardenSite stock a huge selection of Haddonstone cast stone products, expertly created by skilled British craftsmen.
To view the entire range of stone ornaments for sale at GardenSite click here.
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