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Slate Monolith SM37
Slate Monolith SM19
This piece of slate is so unusual. Sawn block with a stunning natural distortion running through the stone. This is a total one off. This colour variation has occurred naturally where parts of the slate cooled at a different rate to the rest before being compressed together, millions of years ago. I very much doubt I will ever be able to produce another piece quite like this. This would work well in a modern tasteful design as well as a traditional environment.
Slate Monolith SM38
Slate Monolith SM8
Slate Monolith SM8 is a chunky slate monolith water feature. Rather blocky in shape which will create a nice fall and cascade of water down the face and sides. Slight ridge lower down the face which will create interest when water hits it. Lighting will work well and make this feature stand out at night.
Slate Monolith SM36
Slate Monolith SM36 is a tall, slender drilled piece of Welsh Slate with a three dimensional feel to it. Large Slate Monoliths like this are becoming increasingly difficult to source from the quarry, and their distinctive looks make them highly desirable as focal points in medium and large garden designs.
Stone Monolith SM54
Stone Monolith SM54 is a Portland Stone boulder core drilled and chiseled to replicate a waterfall. This starting out as a square block and after carefully chiselling down to create a cascading face, the water will flow down perfectly. Core drilled 35mm diameter hole. This piece is quite unique.
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.
Boulder Water Feature BWF1
Garden Boulder Water Feature core drilled to make a stunning garden feature. This boulder is a little bit trick, it looks a really big lump from the front but it quite narrow which saves the weight and makes this much more manageable to move around. 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 boulder as it cascades down the face.
Stone Monolith SM18
Stone Monolith SM18 is a colourful quartz style boulder with strong hints of white and darker shades randomly spread throughout. The water will glisten and look like it’s bouncing off the stone as it falls down the stone. Lighting will make a massive dramatic impact on this at night. Clean pieces of this quality are getting increasingly more difficult to source from the quarry.
Water Feature Beer Rack WFWR5
Water Feature Beer Rack WFWR5 core drilled horizontally for your beer bottles to rest in. Vertically drilled for a hose to then cascade water down onto your beer and chill it in the garden for you.
Contact us now if you wish to have one customised to your requirements.
Slate Monolith SM53
Slate Monolith SM53 is an unusual diamond shape garden water feature with layered edges that are bursting with colour. These layers of natural stone create a nice even flow of water around the entire piece. Handpicked from a quarry in Pembrokeshire, this is a highly unique garden ornament.
Slate Monolith SM49
Slate Monolith SM49 is a small colourful piece of real Welsh Slate, handpicked from a quarry in Pembrokeshire. Core drilled in the workshop with a diameter of 35mm, this is one of the smallest pieces currently in stock and is best suited to a small, intricate garden design.
Stone Monolith SM56
Stone Monolith SM56 is a superb Portland Stone Monolith with a clean edge that contrasts beautifully with the opposite rough natural exposed edge. This is a stand alone monolith, core drilling is available for water flow, wine bottles or a small window stone – please contact us for a quote.
Slate Monolith SM51
Slate Monolith SM52
Slate Monolith SM40
Slate Monolith SM44
Stone Monolith SM33
Small but absolutely stunning piece of granite. Core drilled with a 35mm diameter hole as a water feature. Sawn flat base with a mountainous, volcanic feel to it. The colours in this piece are amazing and glisten and shimmer when the stone is wet. If you’re looking for a feature to sit next to, listen and relax to, then this is absolutely perfect.
Stone Monolith SM41
A nice tough piece of Purbeck Stone core drilled as a water feature with a 35mm diameter hole. This has a really lumpy rugged top and you can see the different coloured layers within the stone. The flow of water across the top will be natural and irregular causing puddles in the dips, which is likely to attract wildlife.
Slate Monolith SM50
Slate Monolith SM46
Slate Monolith SM46 is not a normal Monolith in the sense of a tall, slender monolithic stone, but a delightful wide rectangular boulder style water feature with a sloping face which the water cascades down effortlessly.
The large horizontal top face creates a lot more interest than a vertical monolith, as the water falls much slower and creates mesmerising patterns across the natural stone. Hand picked from a slate quarry in Pembrokeshire, Slate Monolith SM46 is a beautiful large stone monolith best suited to medium or large garden spaces.
Slate Monolith SM48
Slate Monolith SM29
Slate Monolith SM29 is a great example of premium Welsh slate with a naturally split face. This would be ideal for engraving (at extra cost) or placed at the front of a driveway as a house sign. This could also be transformed into a window stone or would make a perfect waterfall ledge if laid flat. This piece is multi purpose and would go well in any style of garden design.
Slate Monolith SM22
Striking stripey hill slate mill stone cored as a water feature. The stripes in this are stunning and it runs throughout the stone, varying shades of green from dark to light. This will look stunning with water flowing over it. Lights would finish this off and make it a real feature at night.
Slate Monolith SM31
Slate Monolith SM31 is a small round rather flat piece of slate hand picked from a quarry in Pembrokeshire. I normally use these pieces as the base on my pyramids but this particular piece stood out for me so I put it to one side and thought this would work very well on its own. This would suit a small size garden perfectly as the sound of the water flowing would be quite calming and relaxing. Ideally suited near a seating area or patio to maximise benefit. Rather difficult to classify as it’s not strictly a monolith or a ledge style piece but definitely a feature stone.
Slate Monolith SM27
Slate Monolith SM27 has a naturally split face but is super flat so would be ideal for carving. The base is sawn so will stand upright easily. At 910mm tall, this would make a great feature in any medium or large garden design.
Alternatively Slate Monolith SM27 could be used at the front of a drive with a house name carved into it, or a as a memorial stone. Engraving is available at extra cost, contact us for a quote.
Slate Monolith SM47
Slate Monolith SM28
Slate Monolith SM30
Slate Monolith SM30 is a nice clean slate feature perfect for a number of uses. As a simple stone feature it would add subtle texture to any garden design. It could be carved with a house name or a quote, drilled with a window or laid on its side as a waterfall ledge piece where the water would create a nice even flow over the slate.
Stone Monolith SM16
Shaped just like a volcano, Stone Monolith SM16 was a real find in the quarry. Made of granite as opposed to slate, the shape on this will create a cool flow over the entire rock. Slate tends to be layered and more uniform whereas this granite is a lovely shape.
Stone Monolith SM17
Stone Monolith SM17 is currently the largest, roundest and bulkiest stone monolith water feature currently in stock. This large garden boulder would lend itself well in a medium to large sized garden as it could be a bit too overpowering in a small design. Large sound quality pieces like this are becoming increasingly difficult to source in the quarry and the work that goes into cutting, sawing and moving these large pieces must not be under estimated.
Stone Monolith SM26
Stone Monolith SM26 is a tall, slender piece of Portland Stone. This has a sawn flat face but a nice rugged natural edge. The base is not sawn but fairly level, although it should be mounted into a firm base to retain stability. This stone is ideal for carving or engraving names, dates or phrases, with some nice fossils, shells & detailing throughout the stone. This is quite narrow at 70mm thick which makes it quite lightweight and easy to move. Stone Monolith SM26 can also be drilled and be transformed into a mini window stone for an additional cost.
Stone Monoliths are perfect for creating a textured focal point in any garden design. Our Small Monoliths are under 500mm in height and are ideally placed in limited spaces such as terraces, city and townhouse gardens. Medium Monoliths are between 500mm and 850mm in height and are well suited as a centrepiece in cottage gardens, contemporary semi and detached houses. To make a real statement, our range of Large Monoliths are all over 850mm in height and create a striking elements to any significantly sized garden or landscape development.
We've provided stone monoliths and window stones for celebrities like Charlie Dimmock and Calum Best, as well as a centenary memorial stone that was displayed at RHS Chelsea Flower Show. We can also source pieces to order, please get in touch to discuss bespoke requirements. Delivery is FREE to all standard UK postcodes, please contact us for international and remote area shipping quotes.