Southwold Grand Pyramid Steel Obelisk

£450.00

SKU: 1740001399200402 Categories: ,

the Southwold Grand Pyramid Steel Obelisk, Endorsed By The Rhs, Is Part Of Our Southwold Garden Collection, Handcrafted In Our Suffolk Factory The Hand-etched Traditional Style Finish Will Make A Real Focal Point In The Garden.each Obelisk Is Made Using 25mm Square High Grade Steel Section For The Framework With Supporting Rings And A Decorative Ball Finial. Measuring 2.5m High From The Ground And 0.77m Wide At The Base, The Obelisk Is Very Stable And Does Not Need Pushing Into The Soil Or Concreting Into Position, Making It Ideal For Hardstanding Or Patio Use.the Obelisks Are Hot Dip Galvanised For Rust Protection And Then Hand Etched For A Unique Aged Patina Which Develops And Improves As The Obelisk Weathers. Easy To Assemble Each Obelisk Uses Long-lasting Stainless Steel Fixings.the Grand Obelisk Makes An Imposing Support For All Types Of Climbing Plants, Adding Height And Interest To Beds And Borders And Really Is Built To Last With A 25 Year Framework Guarantee.southwold Grand Pyramid Steel Obelisk – Handcrafted In Our Suffolk Factoryendorsed By The Rhsmeasures 2.5m H X 77cm Wide At Basevery Stable No Need To Push Into Soilideal For Patio Or Hardstanding Areasmanufactured Using High Grade Steel 25mm Square Sectionsupporting Rings Hold Framework In Place – Obelisk Is Finished With A Ball Finialhot Dip Galvanised For Rust Protectionhand Etched For A Unique Aged Patinafinish Improves As The Obelisk Weathers25 Year Framework Guaranteediscrete Flush Fitting Connectorsplastic Connectors Have Steel Inserts For Additional Strengthstainless Steel Fixingssupplied Flat Packed For Ease Of Deliveryquick To Assemblefull Instructions Includedperfect For Most Climbers Including Rosesthe Grand Pyramid Obelisk Is Part Of Our Popular Southwold Collection Which Includes Garden Furniture, Plant Supports, Obelisks And Trellis – View The Collection Here.

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