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Glass Reinforced Concrete (GRC) is a strong material, with a higher tensile strength than precast concrete, with only 20% of the weight. This makes it easy to mould into shapes with elegant detail, and is far lighter than stone. Made in hand-crafted moulds, these beautiful fountains use GRC to produce a stunning decorative shape, with strength to last.
This fountain comes with everything needed to get it started. With its own cable, self-contained reservoir, and a low voltage pump, this fountain is complete with no effort, assembly, or fuss from you. The mains power on this water feature has a 10m cable, which means that it can be easily placed anywhere you need. The built-in reservoir means no need to bury anything and no need to dig up your garden; simply place, and begin enjoying your purchase.
The fountain is in the style of a decorative abreuvoir - a drinking trough or fountain used by people and animals alike. These have been a common tradition since horse-drawn carriages were a staple transport, and are still prevalent in European countries. In a weathered stone finish, this fountain has the appearance of having been in your garden for years, giving it a strong sense of history. This beautiful fountain is fantastically detailed from top to bottom, and the lines are delicate and intricate. It features a proud lion's head spout, which adds a regal air to the feature.
"Good. First damaged. Second great"
Reviewed Thursday, 21 June 2018
"Great product! Works well and looks great!"
Reviewed Tuesday, 12 June 2018
"It was exactly as shown on the website except the colour was black/grey rather than the brown colour shown but otherwise very good quality."
Reviewed Sunday, 10 September 2017
"4 areas of damage/obvious repair"
Reviewed Wednesday, 2 August 2017
"Looks ok but won't be connected up until tomorrow so can't comment on how it looks when working"
Reviewed Wednesday, 23 July 2014