Bathford Trough, Small H17cm - Fibre Clay
largerproportions than standard window boxes the Small Bathford Trough is perfect for generous windowsills, low garden walls or to create a border along a garden path. The ribbed exterior is reminiscent of
traditionalVictorian dolly buckets updated to a more contemporary shape.
Produced in Fibre Clay, the material is
hardwearing, durable and strong as well as frost (-20°C) and heat (+40°C) resistant. This assures you this trough will last throughout the seasons in a range of climates.
Featuring larger proportions than standard window boxes the Small Bathford Trough is perfect for generous windowsills, low garden walls or to create a border along a garden path. The ribbed exterior is remini...Read More
Dimensions: H17 x W60 x D16.5cm
Crafted in Fibre Clay
Material breakdown: 50% Magnesia, 35% Magnesium Chloride, 15% Fibreglass
Frost Resistant down to -20 degrees
Heat Resistant up to 40 degrees
Troughs come with drainage holes
Weights may vary as each trough is handmade
Large size also available
- Standard UK for orders over £60 - Free
- Standard UK for orders under £60 - £4.95
- Next Day - £6.95
- Saturday Delivery - £16.00
- Click & Collect from our Carterton Warehouse - Free
Standard UK Delivery takes 3-5 working days. Next Day orders must be placed before midday for delivery the following working day. If a Next Day order is placed after midday on a Friday, or over a weekend, delivery will take place the following Tuesday.
You can return items to us within 14 working days of receipt. All we ask is that you return the goods in all their original packaging and condition, including the outer box and in a re sell-able condition. We are not able to issue refunds for goods that are not returned in a re sell-able condition. Please view our full returns information here.
- Q. If I wanted the box to hang from a balcony railing - can you suggest a bracket to buy? Thanks, Rebecca
- A. The Bathford Troughs are extremely heavy so would require a very strong bracket. We would recommend not hanging the
troughs,but placing them on the floor or a wide solid ledge.