This fountain is characteristic of the Massarelli family's understanding of design. It has a circular, four tiered design which will give elegance and style to any garden, creating a decorative focal point. The quality of this product speaks volumes in sleek, simple style. There is nothing nicer or more relaxing than the soft sound of a fountain to bring peace to your outside space.
Cast stone is a great way of getting fine detail and intricate shapes into stone items, allowing for greater variety of design. Care is taken to preserve the decoration, as each item is hand-finished and overseen by craftsmen. The delicate shapes add decorative flair to your fountain, making it a real focal point for the garden. You can tell by looking that Massarelli's are the leaders in the cast stone industry; it's written in every careful leaf and every delicate curve. Quality is the watchword for Massarelli, as it has been for over forty years, and the care taken then is the same now. Let this delightful fountain become a firm fixture in your garden, and learn to love Massarelli's magnificent designs.
Height: 64cm (2ft 1¼in) x Width 63cm (2ft ¾in) x Length 46cm (1ft 6in)
Thanks to Ms C of St Helen's College, Middlesex for this photo of the water feature used in a Zen garden at the school. "The idea for this garden came from a child on our school council and we had the circular bench made to fit around the fountain. The children use the garden to be mindful and reflective."
"Very Good. Preordered for summer delivery as price was good and we were not in a hurry. Came in just over a week, lovely! Have set the fountain up and it is lovely, very heavy and sturdy and looks lovely"
Reviewed Saturday, 19 May 2018
"Looks absolutely fantastic does exactly what it says on the site. If you order it be aware it comes on a small palet as the box is very heavy. Broken down it's manageable......very pleased"
Reviewed Monday, 28 November 2016
"Everything arrived as quoted, we are more than pleased with the water feature. It was so easy to find on your site."
Reviewed Wednesday, 21 May 2014