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Handmade solid cast stone
Introduced in 2007, this original sculpture has quickly become a popular choice. This hideous creature has all the beautiful features we cherish in Gargoyles. Horns, warts and tongue, sounds like a witches brew. This head planter is yearning to receive a trans-plant and have its hair dressed for all seasons, especially Halloween. Use it indoors as well as outdoors.
Suggested plant size is 6-Inches and container is plumbed for direct planting.
Hand crafted in America of solid cast-stone (concrete) made with integrated coloring and is sealed for outdoor use.
Handmade solid cast stone Originally created
as a quot;statementquot; piece, this model was then re-modeled, grinded, down-sized and given an old-world feel. Suggested plant size is 6-Inches and container is drilled for drainage. Hand crafted in AmericaMade in the USA
Handmade solid cast stone With incredible
detail and design, this relic was restructured, hand-crafted and transformed into a container. It is an absolute statement piece that no garden can grow without. Suggested plant size is 5-Inches and container is drilled for drainage. Decorative ...
Handmade solid cast stone In Greek
mythology, Medusa was originally a beautiful temptress who was courted by Poseidon, the God of Sea. They made love in the Temple of Athena and when the war goddess learned of this she transformed Medusa into a ...