Garden decoration made of stone
Wells made of natural stone
Who doesn‘t know the charming stone wells in the midst of a village?
Even though we don‘t need wells to get water from anymore, they still have
this special flair of villages and little towns that enthral us.
When water hits stone it makes us think of refreshing, pure rivers somewhere
up in the mountains. Take the chance for this feeling in your very own garden!
Natural stone planters
Natural stone vessels underline the individual
taste of the garden and the owner.
The solid troughs, bowls and planters made of
crafted stone are not only frost resistant, but
their grey-greenish colour fits into every
garden. No matter what colourful
arrangements you decide
Natural stone ornaments
You want to impress with a small garden?
Discover the variation of our extraordinary
You‘ll find classic statues inspired by
the Renaissance up to the modern days, and
abstract figures that fit into any garden.
artful stonemason‘s work brings to you statues
of frost resistant crafted stone that will find a
spot in your garden, balcony or terrace.
Asian stone art
Our popular Khmer heads were inspired by the
Bayon temple grounds in Angkor Wat.
Water is a part of life and a part of your garden
The extraordinary heart of our assortment.
Our Buddha statues aren‘t meant for idolisation of
a particular person, but rather as inspiration and
memory of Siddhartha Gautama‘s teachings. They
stand for the centreing, wisdom and enlightenment.
The first monks were the five ascetics, who
had left Buddha when he left the path of
In modern Buddhism monks have the same
importance as nuns have in Christianity. Our
monk statues are often displayed in a
childlike way, which have their own charm.
More Asian Stone art
Rice Goddess Dewi Sri
On Bali and Java Dewi Sri is considered the
Goddess of fertility.
She is said to hold heavenly and earthly powers.
Though her most important task is to care that we
humans can stay nurished, and thus helps with
our suvival. As rice is the staple diet in the region
around Bali and Java, Dewi Sri is also considered
the Rice Goddess. According to the myths she has
an unusual beauty.
The world famous Terrakotta army was an
inspiration for our Chinese warriors.
The Terrakotta army burial site dating back to
210 BC in China was found by chance in 1972,
causing a worldwide sensation.
Moai, The stone Giants of Easter Island
The stone giants from the Easter Island were left behind by
a long lost culture. Many centuries ago they were made of
volcanic tuff, used to worship the holy ancestors.
Whether you choose a solid or hollow sculpture: the Moai will
contribute a certain mysterious atmosphere to your garden.