Slate Monolith SM125 Water Feature


Slate Monolith SM125 is a very unusual piece with two clearly visible ledges across the face. A feature like this will add an instant aged look to a garden, rather than waiting for nature take its course. Standing just under 650mm tall, weathered standing stones like this are in high demand and increasingly difficult to source.

  • Welsh Slate Monolith water feature
  • Reservoir & Pump available in the basket

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Dimensions450 × 200 × 640 mm

Welsh Slate


Water Feature




30mm (water flow)




Reservoir & Pump (available in the basket)

Medium Stone Monoliths are becoming increasingly difficult to source, and Slate Monolith SM125 is an excellent example of a striking piece to be included in a medium or large scale garden design. This very unusual twin ledge style tower of real Welsh Slate echoes the countries’ ancient forts such as Dolwyddelan Castle near Betws Y Coed and Pentre Ifan Burial Chamber in Pembrokeshire. This piece can be combined with our Large Reservoir Pack that includes a reservoir, hose, clip & pump to complete the water feature set up. Please refer to our How To Install a Water Feature guide for detailed installation information.

Delivery is via trusted courier or by Ioan Raymond himself. Slate Monolith SM125 is made from genuine Welsh slate, sourced from a North Wales quarry and hand finished in the Welsh Slate Water Features Workshop in Southampton. Many customers like to use monoliths with a number of our garden accessories, including slate stepping stones, 20mm chippings and LED Lighting (available in the basket when purchasing a monolith).

Stone Monoliths are perfect as focal points in landscape designs, they add beautiful natural stone textures and when combined with the Large Reservoir Pack its possible to bring the vibes of Welsh waterfalls to your garden. Natural stone and water help bring tranquility to an outdoor space, ideal for balancing harmony and increasing the potential for mindfulness in your garden.


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