Haddonstone was commissioned by the National Trust for Scotland to replicate an existing urn, this Large Haddo House Urn makes an attractive garden planter in a classical style.
|heaviest component||70 kg||155 lb|
|weight||95 kg||209 lb|
|width at base||330 mm||13”|
|width at top||650 mm||25½”|
Haddo House has been owned by the National Trust for Scotland since 1979. A splendid architectural design by William Adam (1689 -1748), it was 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 Large Haddo House Urns that adorn the grounds are classically decorated with restrained gadrooning to the bowl incorporating scrolled handles.
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