At just under 700mm tall, Slate Monolith SM99 has a flat clean face which is ideal for engraving with a name, logo or message. The subtle textures of real Welsh Slate are magnified on this beautiful Large ornament with every side covered in unique natural stone detailing.
Window Stone WS14 is a stunning contemporary garden feature crafted from Welsh Slate. Predominantly plum in colour it features a large angled, rippled edge. Welsh Slate looks equally at home in both traditional and contemporary garden designs.
Granite Boulder GB44 is a large sized undrilled boulder full of natural earthy tones and textures with a weathered aged feel to it. This can be used as a decorative stone, placed in a border or pathway and would work equally as well as a garden seat, to sit, relax and enjoy your garden space.
Stone Monolith SM141 is a gorgeous boulder style stone, perfect as a garden design focal point. The natural light, earthy tones on this piece are incredibly rare and highly desirable. With our Large Reservoir Pack this stone obelisk is transformed into a stunning water feature (available in the basket).
Slate Monolith SM138 is a breathtaking large tower of real Welsh slate, perfect as a focal point in a large scale garden design. At 1.2m tall and with it’s stunning riven top in natural green this decorative standing stone will draw the eye in any outdoor setting.
Window Stone WS5 is a stunning contemporary stone feature crafted from Welsh Slate. Green in colour with darker stripes exposed when the feature gets wet. Careful placement with regard to the sun’s position could allow this window stone to be flooded with golden light at sunrise or sunset. Alternatively, the window can frame a favourite plant or area of a garden.
This 1200mm Slate Pyramid Water Feature has decreasing sizes of Welsh Slate pieces stacked to form a pyramid shape. With each piece core drilled, water rises through the centre of the piece before cascading one ledge at a time giving the feel of a natural mountain stream, starting with a small fountain at the top and a waterfall down the sides. Works beautifully in all garden and landscape settings, from traditional to cutting edge contemporary designs.
Basalt Boulder BB003 is core drilled as a water feature. Full of dark grey and black tones, this unique landscaping rock has stunning textures on top, resembling a volcanic eruption, which will create real interest in the flow of water over the stone. Additional reservoir and pump pack available in the basket.
Welsh Slate Bench for the ultimate rustic garden seating. Hand crafted slate blocks as feet and a large top slab as the seating area. Our benches have a chiseled edge finish with a natural clean riven top.
Stone Boulder SB26 is a natural water feature for a compact garden design, with a wonderful blend of light white, cream and brown tones. Lovely crystal like textures on top which will glisten when the water hits and travels down the ridges. Please see gallery for additional images. Large Reservoir Pack available in the basket.
Slate Boulder SB1 is an XL sized water feature full of colour, predominantly green with a rich quartz edge which contrasts beautifully. The side surface varies in texture with wonderful natural stone detailing throughout the piece. This could be placed in a border or rockery design and with the water flowing will create an idyllic calming oasis in the corner of a garden. Additional pump and reservoir pack in basket.
Slate Monolith SM163 is a spectacular 600mm tall tower of real Welsh Slate, core drilled vertically as a garden design water feature. This beautiful piece has a stunning mix of green tones running throught with clear shades varying across the face with a nice build up of quartz on the edge. When the water is cascading over this slate monolith, the slate will glisten and if lighting is used at night will look absolutely stunning.
Window Stone WS22 is a stunning contemporary garden feature crafted from Welsh Slate. Predominantly plum in colour it features an amazing volcanic looking streak that runs across the top face and through the drilled out window in a slightly lighter green tone. This has been caused by the slate cooling at different speeds millions of years ago. Placed near lush green planting, this design can make a real feature and statement. Welsh Slate looks equally at home in both traditional and contemporary garden designs.