Rose Supports

Coniston Arch

Such was the Victorian love of plant bearing arches, that the extensive catalogue of Garden Furniture and Ornament, published in 1910 by J.P Whyte’s Pyghtle Works of Bedford, carried no less than 14 different designs.

Our Coniston Rose Arch, a design popular through both the Victorian and Edwardian periods, will provide, height, interest and the opportunity to display climbing flowers in a decorative and effective manner, whilst transporting the visitor between different aspects of a formal garden.

Hand forged in wrought iron and then copper rivetted as a means of corrosion prevention, this is an item made to last, formed from heavy gauge metal and treated using time tested methods, this is a perfect combination of classic design and methods that will stand the test of time, whilst providing visual pleasure in the chosen setting.