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Antique Garden Staddle Stone<br>This staddle measures 30" tall and the top is 20" diameter

Showing all 7 of the staddlestones that came from one garden in Arley
Staddle Stones were originally used to raise tithe barns and granaries off the ground.<br>This kept the produce from spoilage by damp<br>and also prevented mice and other vermin
Image 3 - Antique Garden Staddle Stone
Image 4 - Antique Garden Staddle Stone
Image 5 - Antique Garden Staddle Stone

Antique Reclaimed Garden Staddle Stone

SOLD
SIMILAR WANTED

from £262

Ref: 6792

  • This sale is for 1 Antique Garden Staddle Stone
    We purchased 7 staddles from the same property in Arley Near to the River Severn
  • Excellent original item.
  • Circa 1800
  • The stone would of been local to Arley in the Midlands
  • This would of been carved entirely by hand
  • This staddle measures 30" tall and the top is 20" diameter
  • This staddle is over 200 years old and we have tried to show images all the way around the staddle to show it's true condition.
  • The top is seperate to the base
  • Staddles such as they are not perfectly square you normally need to sit them in the garden and then level them with the soil, the tops can be fitted with a lime mortar mix and again this can be done to make them level if that is the look you are after.

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