Reconstructed architectural stonework is being used increasingly by
landscapers, interior designers and architects alike, as a substitute for
applications where quarried stone is either not easily attainable, time
consuming or expensive to employ.
Each of our pieces have been constructed by skilled craftsmen to be used
in conventional or original ways. As our range further develops, it
leads to new innovations in design, proving the flexibility of our
materials and allowing us to mould virtually any shape or size, be it new
designs or replicas, almost indistinguishable from the originals.
As Morelle points out, anything can be created ‘as far as the imagination
will allow!’ The constructed stone is cast in moulds locally made … if you
can draw it we can make it !
Morelle is well known for purpose made works including planters, step
edges and large garden pavers. Look out for her latest Interior and
Exterior stone furnishings as we prepare for Summer Living.
provide emphasis and accent in a garden, drawing the eye in a particular
direction. Most ornaments, because they are solid and static objects such
as urns, seats, columns or statues, provide a contrast with the living
things around them.”
David Hicks, 1929-1998
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