These completely unique pieces bring striking colour and texture as a focal point in any garden design.
Slate Monolith Water Feature MON1
Sourced from a quarry in North Wales this stunning drilled slate monolith water feature has a unique natural band of green quartz around entire piece. This rare activity happens when this part of the slate has cooled at a different rate to the surrounding slate. This all adds to the character and makes this a really unusual and rare piece.
Slate Monolith Water Feature SM2
Monolith Garden Water Feature core drilled to make a stunning garden feature. This slate monolith is really chunky and the top of the cored out piece sits in a slight dip. This will create a small pool of water at the top and then a nice decent flow down all sides of the slate. This would make a real statement in both a modern garden or a more traditional rustic style. Lighting would enhance this feature massively as the water will glisten off the slate as it cascades down the face.
Welsh Boulder – WB1
Stunning gold welsh boulder water feature sourced from a quarry in North Wales. Core drilled up through the centre. Rounded edge on one side and a rugged natural cut on the other. Large sturdy base.
Will look fantastic with low level lighting pointing onto stone when wet. When installed and water running, will give a nice soothing yet relaxing sound. This welsh boulder water feature is ideally suited to a small patio or border area with seating nearby. For ideas on natural seating please see our range of slate and stone benches.
Slate Monolith Water Feature MON2
Drilled slate monolith water feature with a stunning band of green quartz around entire piece, sourced from a quarry in North Wales.
Large piece standing at over 1 metre high. Monoliths of this height and thickness are getting increasingly difficult to source from the quarry.
Slate Monolith Water Feature SM1
This Slate Monolith Garden Feature is core drilled as a water feature, with a nice rounded top and striking front where the water will naturally flow into and gently down the crevasses.
This would make a real statement in both a modern garden or a more traditional rustic style. Lighting would enhance this feature massively as the water will glisten off the slate as it cascades down the face.
Predominantly plum in colour the photograph shows the monolith when it is wet, note this will dry a slightly lighter colour.
Hand picked rockery pieces including boulders, stepping stones and bulk loads of slate, gravel & pebbles.