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             Chinese garden items to order

Due to a high level of interest in many of the gardens features, we are arranging to import several of these items. Of particular interest were the blue and white Chinese pots. Examples of these are below. If you are interested in these or any of the gardens other features please contact JJ Lowe at jjlowe@throughthemoongate.co.uk.


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The Waterlily Bowl genereated a great deal of interest at the show. It is a great example of how you can capture key elements of a Chinese Garden on a small and practical scale.



These bowls are approximately 33 inches across and 15 inches deep, and can accomodate 3-5 waterlily baskets.


These will retail for around 450 - 500.



We will update the website when we have confirmed exact prices.




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As a further option these bowls are also available with a matching stand.

This will be approximately 150 - 200, but again we will
update the website when we have confirmed the exact price.


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This is a picture of Dragon Pots The smaller dragon pots were used for planting within the
garden and also generated a lot of interest.

These are approximately 21 inches across and 14 inches high. They will retail for around 150 - 200

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Other feature which may be of interest are the carved marble table with matching marble barrel seats and the 'Ting' or Chinese pavilion.

For further information on these items contact JJ Lowe at jjlowe@throughthemoongate.co.uk


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Marble table with a minature landscape and a
barrel seat in more detail.


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The Ting (Chinese Pavilion)

This is a picture of the ting