Japanese Monolith JM26 Standing Stone

(1 customer review)

£895.00

Japanese Monolith JM26 is a beautiful standing stone crafted from real Welsh Slate. This piece is 1metre tall and is a very substantial feature stone, with exposed sweeping curved layers running throughout. An extra ledge near the base creates further interest. The water will pool in here and create a mini pond in the stone, yes it is that big. This quite substantial piece of slate would form the central stone if placed as a triad with smaller accompanying stones.  Japanese Monolith JM14 and JM19 would sit well with this piece as they’re sourced from the same quarry.

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Dimensions700 × 450 × 1000 mm
Application

Rockery, Standing Stone

Colour

Grey, Mixed

Material

Welsh Slate

Japanese Monolith JM26 is a 1metre tall decorative landscaping rock hand crafted from real Welsh Slate. Ideal as a feature stone in a Medium or Large sized zen garden design, this piece has a flat sawn base for stability. Picked direct from the quarry for it’s key characteristics with a curved point facing upwards which is very popular and sought after in Japanese culture and Buddhism. A further ledge towards the base acts as a natural pool This monolith would work best when placed as part of a triad of stones and would provide a good amount of width when placed alongside thicker, rounded feature stones. Please check the photos carefully as they are of the exact piece for sale and there is only one available.
For inspiration and ideas check out a very simple minimalistic design on display at Chelse Flower Show 2021, ‘A Tranquil Space in the Ciy’, Designed by Mika Misawa, using a simple arrangement of just three plants in pots at varying heights, a simple grey boulder core drilled with an arrangement of box carefully cut into cubes. All tied together with small fine gravel which in Japanese design symbolises water.

1 review for Japanese Monolith JM26 Standing Stone

    Dan
    5th January 2022
    We have been lucky to get there first. This stone is absolutely stunning. I have not seen anything like it. Definitely a Wow statement for our landscaping around our swimming pool.
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