Belton Trough


This traditional garden container, a variation on our Belton Wall Trough, features a simple Victorian basketwork design with rod and ribbon detailing to all sides. Add a point of interest to an outdoor space by placing on walls, a terrace or patio.

  • Available in a range of colours
  • Detailed, robust and frost-proof trough that will weather over time and last for many years
  • Also available as a wall trough
  • Bath
  • Portland
  • Terracotta
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Delivery information
  • Dimensions and weights
    Dimensions Metric Imperial
    height 260 mm 10¼”
    weight 55 kg 121 lb
    width 380 mm 15”
    length 865 mm 34”
  • Product information

    SKU: A190

    Belton House is a National Trust property in Lincolnshire. The architect thought to have been responsible for the initial design of the country house is William Winde (c1645-1722), although the country house has also been attributed to Sir Christopher Wren (1632 – 1723).

    Belton was designed in a restrained Palladian architectural style. A series of more formal gardens were close by, including canal ponds bordered by plantations containing symmetrical walks inspired by the landscape gardener Andre le Notre (1613 –1700). The later Italian garden and orangery were designed by Jeffry Wyatville (1766 –1840) in the early nineteenth-century.

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