The cast stone Small Haddo House Urn from Haddonstone is a fine garden ornament ideal for classically-inspired planting. The Small Haddo House Urn from Haddonstone is an attractive garden planter in a classical style ideal for smaller entranceways, patios, lawns or gardens. Haddonstone was commissioned by the National Trust for Scotland to replicate these urns. House has been owned by the National Trust for Scotland since 1979.
Haddo House is a splendid design by William Adam (1689 –1748), built between 1732 and 1735 for William, 2nd Earl of Aberdeen. First refurbished in 1880, the house combines crisp Georgian architecture with sumptuous late Victorian interiors. The campana-shaped urns that adorn the grounds are decorated with restrained gadrooning to the bowl incorporating scrolled handles.
The classical, cast stone Small Haddo House Urn by Haddonstone is available in Portland, Bath and Terracotta colours.
|Weight:||68 kg||150 lb|
|Width at top:||570mm||22½''|
|Width at base:||305mm||12''|