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This elegant water feature has been beautifully crafted from polyresin to create this ivory coloured Sofia figurine. This delicate piece is certain to exude ideas of affluence and luxury to your home or garden, and will make an impressive focal point to wherever you decide to place it.
This graceful figurine that has been exquisitely crafted and cleverly disguised to appear as ivory is actually made from high quality polyresin material, which is lightweight, durable, and long-lasting, allowing for easy assembly and installation, while at the same time ensuring that it will endure our fickle British weather. The water circulates from a reservoir hidden inside the feature and is pumped up to the top of the fountain before gently spilling down from the shell held in the hands of the figurine and gently cascading down into the clam shells below, ready to be pumped back up to start the cycle all over again.
"The water feature of looks stunning"
Reviewed Thursday, 30 August 2018
"A beautiful addition to any garden"
Reviewed Monday, 30 April 2018
"Water Feature is exactly as described and looks great in the garden, really pleased with it."
Reviewed Tuesday, 24 April 2018
"Simply Stunning, except for the twisted hose that i have to put pegs on to stop the kink."
Reviewed Sunday, 9 April 2017
"Very good quality and great detail.
Bought for our parents, all the family now looking at your website to purchase one"
Reviewed Saturday, 20 August 2016
"Very happy with water feature it is lovely would recommend to any one who would like a great feature in their garden"
Reviewed Sunday, 22 May 2016
"Clear instructions and Very easy to fix,well packed,very good quality beautifull product.very satisfied,Thankyou"
Reviewed Thursday, 3 March 2016
Reviewed Wednesday, 3 February 2016
"highly delighted with the water feature"
Reviewed Tuesday, 16 June 2015
Reviewed Thursday, 24 October 2013