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Lion Finial Base£85.00
XVIII Century Lion£265.00
Jacquemart Hunting Dog statue (R/H)£499.00
Jacquemart Hunting Dog statue (L/H)£499.00
We have a stunning range of cast stone garden statues and figures, many of which are inspired by ancient Roman and Greek sculptures, perfect for those who are wanting to add a touch of class and beauty to their idyllic garden.
Any one of the elegant stone sculptures and figures from our collection would be the perfect addition to your garden, border, lawn, terrace, patio, courtyard or wooded area. We also have an extensive selection of garden ornaments, stone planters, water features, garden furniture and other garden and landscaping products that will transform your garden into one you’ll want to show off.
Our cast stone garden statues and figures also perfectly complement the garden buildings in our collection of temples, pavilions and follies. They will look just as impressive when displayed indoors in a reception room, hallway, library, drawing room or stairway.
How do I clean my cast stone statues?
Cleaning your cast stone statues is easy, straightforward and does not require the use of expensive cleaning products. First, remove any surface dirt by gently washing your statue using a hose pipe (but avoid using pressure hoses which may cause damage). Then gently scrub your statue using a combination of washing up liquid and warm water, along with a stiff bristle scrubbing brush. Avoid using abrasive nylon or wire brushes. Finally, rinse your statue, removing any soapy water residue and leave to air dry.
What foundations do I need to site my stone planters, pedestals & statues on?
It is essential that your Haddonstone design is sited on a firm and level foundation, to suit site conditions and loadings.
An 8-to-1 sand/cement bedding mortar should be used to ensure that the weight of your design is distributed evenly. This will help to prevent pivoting or twisting strain between your design and the foundation.
How can I age my cast stone garden ornaments to look like antiques?
Cast stone designs can be aged to look older, using just a few easy and simple steps.
Encourage the growth of moss, lichen and a darkening of stone by painting your design with a mixture of natural yoghurt, semi-skimmed milk and either chimney soot, peat or silt. You can also encourage faster moss growth by rubbing established moss over the surface of your cast stone design. The moss spores will impregnate into the stone surface and activate growth over time.
Cast stone designs that are left in damp earth, shaded areas or amongst thick borders or grasses for several months will age much quicker than stone left in sunny areas of your garden.
An alternative to using the above instructions is to use Haddonstone’s Masonry Weathering Tint. This easy-to-use water-based formulation adds character to cast stone. One coat will add an antique-look, or additional layers can be applied to build up greater depth of colour.
How to safely site a statue
Watch this video on how to correctly and safely site a statue: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2189z5Vxm6c