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Delivery time 15-20 Workdays
- Article Number: GP1
- Dimensions: L: 450 mm W: 1800 mm H: 480 mm
- Product Weight: 410 kg
- Shipping Weight: 430 kg
This large planter made of real concrete in a classic design is also part of the outdoor furniture collection from CO33. Matching with the shape and size of the ANGULUS SEDES garden bench, the ANGULUS HERBA planter is enclosed by an elegant wooden frame. This harmonious combination of concrete and wood underlines the natural overall appearance of the plants.
Thanks to the hollow interior in the concrete body and the reduced weight, the plant container is quite handy and can be transported easily. We offer the wooden overlay in Ash or Kebony Solid Wood. Other types of wood are also possible.
Kebony is an innovation on the market and high quality real wood. It is recommended by leading architects. It is sustainable, durable and requires no additional treatment other than normal cleaning. All Kebony woods have a dark brown color that turns into a silver-gray patina over time. This wood is guaranteed for 30 years.
Delivery without the wooden frame is also possible on request.
In combination with our concrete garden bench ANGULUS SEDES, an elegant seating group is created. Connected together, as a boundary of open spaces, the ANGULUS HERBA planting pot, which is available in various sizes, fits perfectly into every environment. With its timeless design, it is convenient for planting not only in public places, but also in parks or gardens.
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Article will be delivered without decoration.
**Our products are made of natural materials and are made by hand. The natural composition is always "individual pieces". In this type of production, color differences and small pore openings - also in comparison to the illustrations in the shop or catalog - are part of the usual nature of the material. In the case of concrete products, shading can also occur. These may include, among others, by influences such as temperature differences, humidity and concrete post-treatments or by impregnation. Such material properties belong to the typical or agreed upon nature of the products and do not constitute defects.**