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Henri Studio Alfresco Cast 24" High Stone Two Tier Fountain

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This fountain has a modern, oblong shape that allows you to place this naturally atmospheric accent piece in a narrow space.

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Henri Studio Alfresco Cast 24" High Stone Two Tier  Fountain
Henri Studio Alfresco Cast 24&quot; High Stone Two Tier  Fountain
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Add a modern water feature to your outdoor decor with this wonderful cast stone fountain in warm Sargasso finish. Henri Studio was started more than 40 years ago when Tuscan sculptor Eneri Prosperi came to the U.S.A. He combined master hand-sculpting techniques with cast stone, a highly dense material with a texture similar to limestone. Made from a special cement blend of coarse and fine minerals, pigments, and water, it is enriched by exclusive finishes that convey vivid natural stone highlights in subtle organic tones. Please note that this hand-crafted, custom made-to-order design ships for free, but may require freight curbside delivery due to its size and weight.

  • 26" wide x 24" high x 16" deep. Weighs 125 lbs.
  • Two-tier stone fountain. Designed by Henri Studio fountains, hand-made in the USA.
  • Each fountain is made to order. Please allow extra time for delivery.
  • Due to its hand-crafted nature, each will vary slightly.
  • Relic Sargasso finish. Cast stone construction.
  • Rated for outdoor use in gardens or on patio areas.
  • Includes water pump and cord.

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Perfect for narrow spaces!
I've had the fountain for a couple of years now, and it still performs and looks like new!

Pros: Durable, Attractive Design
November 4, 2009
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