This elegant water feature has been beautifully crafted from polyresin to create the ivory-coloured Liliana water feature figurine. This delicate piece is certain to exude ideas of affluence and luxury in your home or garden, and will make an impressive focal point wherever you decide to place it. The sound of the gently cascading water, together with the peaceful visage of the youthful figurine, is guaranteed to draw in admiring glances whilst greatly enlivening your surroundings with a sense of calm and peacefulness.
This graceful figurine that has been exquisitely crafted and cleverly disguised to appear as ivory is actually made from high quality polyresin material. It 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. It is pumped up to the top of the fountain before spilling down from the jar held in the hands of the figurine and gently cascading down through the lilies into the clam shell below, ready to be pumped back up to start the cycle all over again.
"Excellent service . Recommend anyone ."
Reviewed Thursday, 3 November 2016
"Beautiful, brought it for my mum as a birthday present, she loves it. It was well packed, easy to assemble and looks very elegant and expensive in her garden."
Reviewed Wednesday, 8 June 2016
"Very nice. My wife wants to call it a fancy name but I think Beryl is fine."
Reviewed Sunday, 12 July 2015
"The water fountain is really lovely and looks great in my garden. very easy to assemble too."
Reviewed Friday, 8 May 2015
"My wife was really pleased that's the main thing Thank you"
Reviewed Sunday, 19 April 2015
"Matched our highest expectations"
Reviewed Friday, 26 September 2014
"Very quick service and, without the opportunity to see in advance, we were very pleased with our new water feature."
Reviewed Tuesday, 16 September 2014
"Good product at good price. Easy to assemble. Very happy with it."
Reviewed Monday, 25 August 2014
Reviewed Tuesday, 22 July 2014
Reviewed Friday, 18 July 2014