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Emblem plinth designed for use with garden statues and planters. Aged Cotswold finish.
The stone is durable and strong, withstanding all weather conditions.
Made in the UK.
The emblem plinth is shown here with the medium victorian tazza sold separately.
Differences in the Stone Finishes
Aged Cotwold & Burnt Umber
Both finishes are designed to help your statuary look individual and full of character from the start.
All our stoneware is made in the UK and expertly hand-crafted. We are a family based business, and focus is placed on providing unusual and interesting designs at an affordable price.
Each design is individually made using local materials and traditional methods. The hardiness of their construction enables outdoor display whatever the conditions.
Why Buy From Us?
✓ Excellent Customer Care - We take our customer service personally and seriously and reply to emails quickly. We value our customers and if you're not happy, then neither are we!
✓ Company Trust - We are an established (trading since 2009), family business retailer and we are real people and not just a quick buck internet company.
✓ Quibble free returns - If you do not like what you ordered, that's no problem at all! Get in touch and we will deal with the rest.
✓ Low prices - We monitor our prices regularly. But if you do find the same product cheaper elsewhere, we will do our best to beat the price!
What Our Customers Have to Say About Our Service...
"Just received my order safe and sound. Many thanks for your helpful and prompt service Regards "
"My Chatsworth Stone Lions arrived today in good condition. I am very pleased with them. Thank you for your efficency in dealing with my order."
"Many thanks for the statue of Mary. I'm very pleased with it as is my sister as it was a gift for her 40th birthday. She will forward a photo of where she has placed it when she finds a suitable place for it in her garden. Kind regards,"