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The Parsonage

The Parsonage

 The Parsonage
Price ~  £400
We accept credit/debit card payment 
Available to UK mainland only
Free delivery to UK mainland only. Please enquire for Scottish Highlands.
To order please email daviesj49@yahoo.com
The Parsonage is a two storey, dormer cottage. It is larger than the the Welsh Cottage, to accommodate the local parson and family !

This enchanting olde worlde dwelling place is traditionally built in pebbles and stone.There are stone lintels over the oak framed windows that are all glazed. The addition of weatherboarding above the upper windows add charm and detail to the building.

 

 

The roof is tiled in hand cut Welsh Slate and has a ridge of copper trim.There is a stone chimney.The Parsonage has quaint slate, side steps leading to a upper level doorway.It is mounted onto a solid base. Approx. dimensions 51cm L x 31cm W x 34 cm H.

 

 

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The Village Church

The Village Church

  St. Johns Wort Church                 
    Every village has a church and Roger J Davies’ ‘Village’ collection  is no different.

Price ~ £700
We accept credit/debit card payment
Available to UK mainland only.
Free Delivery (please enquire for Scottish Highlands).
To order please email daviesj49@yahoo.com
 

This unique garden creation would be a sensational focal point to any garden, adding an old world charm or would be an ideal gift that is unique and handcrafted to the best of British workmanship.

Built to last and withstand the British weather St. Johns Wort Church is built up of individual stone and pebbles, patiently and perfectly constructed to form this awesome structure. It’s corner stones are of red sandstone and it has matching window reveals.

With five oak windows complete with imitation stained glass, this Church is exquisite in its attention to detail. When the sun shines through the windows it is a delight to see. We can’t guarantee sunshine however!

The clock tower shows three clock faces, that unfortunately have all stopped, typically English, but they do give the appearance of times gone by!

You can imagine many a wedding having taken place in this church with the happy couples having their photos taken beneath the solid oak framed porch. It is idyllic.

The roof and spire is slated with individual hand cut Welsh slate roof tiles and the spire comes complete with weathervane. A shiny copper ridge and trim to the spire finish this piece off beautifully.

This is an exquisite and unrivalled piece of artwork for your garden

Approx. Dimensions 80cm length x 45cm  width x 70 cm height

 

    

 

 

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Water Mill

Water Mill

 The WaterLily Mill 
Go back in time with this wonderful, hand-built, working Watermill  

Price ~ £600
Available to UK mainland only
Free Delivery.  Please enquire for Scottish Highlands.
To order email daviesj49@yahoo.com

The WaterLily Mill is built from pebbles and riverstone, with a traditional Welsh slate roof and hand-cut ridge tiles.  The doors, window, mill race and the wheel itself are fashioned from local oak. The mill wheel turns on an axle so the simple addition of a tiny water pump would be all that’s required to bring the whole feature to life – with the sound of bubbling water as a magical extra.

 

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Welsh Cottage – Fairy House

Welsh Cottage – Fairy House

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  The Welsh Cottage 
 

Price~ £200
Available only to UK . Free Delivery to UK mainland only.
Enquire for Scottish Highlands.
Email daviesj49@yahoo.com
 ‘Inspired by the ‘land of my fathers’
This stunning ‘Welsh Cottage’ captures the timeless beauty, simplicity and character of a real-life properties in Wales.

 The ‘Welsh Cottage’ is built using traditional methods and techniques. From stone and slate, hewn from the Welsh mountainside, the cottage is built to last. Sturdy and functional but with exquisite charm and attention to detail. There is a solid oak front door with tiny brass hinges and brass door knob. The roof is tiled with hand cut Welsh slates, over 300 to be precise.There is a solid oak front door with tiny brass hinges and brass door knob. The roof is tiled with hand cut Welsh slates, over 300 to be precise.

It is available with either a copper or red tile roof ridge, please let us know which you would prefer when ordering.

It only has two windows made of oak and carefully glazed but in olden days it could be quite gloomy inside. You can even imagine the smell of a coal fire. Of course, nowadays, the modern fairy prefers electric light and there are facilities to add lighting inside
( small hole at rear base to feed wire through).

It is easy to entice fairies to live in your garden especially with this kind of modernity on offer. How delightful it is and reassuring to see little lights flickering in the garden and knowing your fairies are safely home at night.

Of course the ‘Welsh Cottage’ can also be a wonderful focal point in any garden too, a lovely addition to a garden border and always a talking point when a visitor comes across […]