Antique French Window-Grille Coffee Table
Take a rare mid-19th-century French double-window grille with lovely, intricate turnings. Place it in a substantial, newly constructed steel base. Voila, you have a sophisticated and distinctive coffee table that works in the living room, the library or any number of settings. (A protective glass covering fits snugly on top.)
Yorkshire Stone Birdbath
Classically elegant but with an unlikely contemporary feel (for a mid-19th-century work), this stone birdbath is from the green, green countryside of Yorkshire. Just over 23 inches tall. From England, circa 1860.
English Haddenstone Garden Planters
Haddenstone is known for consistently producing the finest in English stoneware. The artisans use a special form of cast limestone with a texture like Portland stone, which matures and weathers beautifully.
They have created this pair of handsome, deeply carved latticework planters, each just over 34 inches long. An elegant addition to any garden space.
Ceramic Chimney Pot
Original to the late-18th-century Asher House building in Rhinebeck, N.Y., this is an authentic old Dutch ceramic clay chimney pot. Very old and very rare indeed. Circa 1796.
Four Seasons Garden Statues
Four classical maidens representing spring, summer, fall and winter will each stand 51 inches tall on carved-stone stands in your garden, adding a decided note of formality to the space. The "Four Seasons" garden-statue originals were carved by Friedrich Meyer in the 18th century. Asher House offers a complete, perfect set of reproductions from England, circa 1920.
Antique French Tole Pitcher, Blue-Speckled
Antique Pierced-Steel Garden Set
This has to be one of the prettiest French pierced-steel garden sets around. The almost 39-inch-diameter table has a center opening for a shade umbrella and comes with four chairs. Newly painted in a soft, neutral beige, the set will be a striking Belle Epoque accent to any seasonal setting. Circa 1900.
Pierced-Steel Garden Set
This graceful early-20th-century pierced-steel garden set consists of an almost 39-inch-diameter table, with a center opening for a shade umbrella, and four elegant chairs. Newly painted in soft greige, this set is a comfortable and charming addition to any garden. From France, circa 1920.
Pair of Stone Lions
They're good enough for the New York Public Library, at the grand Fifth Avenue entrance of the main branch. So a pair of stone lions could help your garden create the same kind of strong, dignified first impression. These animals are 24 inches tall and absolutely regal. From England, circa 1900.
English Sussex Baskets
Our pretty collection of Sussex baskets includes some real charmers. They were originally made to bring flowers from traditional English gardens into the house. You can do the same or just use your basket as a beautiful decorative piece in your country house. Several different sizes are available, some with color accents.