Harrod Vintage Cone Wire Obelisks

£110.00

SKU: 1740001399193799 Categories: ,

the Cone Obelisks Are Manufactured In The Uk Using Solid 10mm Gauge Round Steel Rod And Are Finished With An Attractive Sphere Finial. The Obelisks Are Made Using A Much Greater Volume Of Steel Than Equivalent Designs To Ensure Years Of Life Without The Worry Of Structural Failure Caused By Corrosion Which Can Often Be The Case With Inferior Thin Walled Steel Rod Products.set Of 2 Obelisks Includes 1 X Large Obelisk 1 X Extra Large Obeliskthe Vintage Wire Cone Obelisks Are Available In 2 Sizes – The Large Measures 1.57m/5ft 2″ High X 0.39m/1ft 3″ Diameter And The Extra Large Measures 2.07m/6ft 10″ High X 0.5m/1ft 8″ Diameter. The Obelisks Are Supplied With Solid Steel Anchor Bars (30cm L X 12mm Diameter, 4 Per Obelisk) For Securing In Place. These Garden Obelisks Can Take Pride Of Place In Borders, Look Great In Large Pots And Are Very Effective When Used In Pairs.the Vintage Cone Obelisks Are Available In 2 Finishes, Natural Rust, Supplied As Unpainted Plain Steel Which Quickly Develops An Even Rust Coating, A Timeless Look For Traditional Or Contemporary Gardens Or Matt Black Powder Coated Used On All Harrod Steel Products. Both Finishes Have A 10 Year Structural Guarantee.please Note: The Obelisks Have A Solid Ring Around The Base Allowing Them To Be Easily Secured In Place Using The Supplied Solid Steel Anchors.exclusive Designed Made By Us In Uk10 Year Structural Guarantee2 Distinctive Finishes – Natural Rust Matt Black Powder Coatinglarge Measures 1.57m/5ft 2″ High X 0.39m/1ft 3″ Wideextra Large Measures 2.07m/6ft 10″ High X 0.5m/1ft 8″ Diameteralso Available In 3 Other Designs – Square, Round Pyramid10mm Gauge Round Steel Rods – Double The Thickness Of Many Similar Designstopped With A Sphere Finialall Obelisks Have A Ring Around The Base For Easy Securingsupplied With Solid Steel Bar Anchors – 4 Per Obeliskideal For Climbing Plants And Roses

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