Antique Garden Decor

Fireside Antiques offers antique garden decor. We source many of our antique garden on buying trips to England and France.  Here, you will find a vast selection of French and English 19th Century antique garden decor.

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  • English 19th Century Pair of Stone Planters

    $3,995.00

    20.25"H x "W x 21.50"D

    Dimensions: 20-¼”H x 21-½”Diameter

    Crafted in England during the 19th century, this pair of stone planters are sure to add the perfect touch of antique charm to your outdoor space. The basin opening measurements are 11-½”“diameter and 10“ deep. The base measures 13-¾” square. Remnants of moss still cling to the exterior and add to the wonderful patina they have gained from decades of outdoor use and weathering. The basins are removable for their bases via mortise and tenon joinery through the center of the basin. They are quite fragile and have already gone through some restoration to insure their lasting durability- a metal wire secures one such repair around the mouth of the basin. Make sure to check out all of the photographs to get a closer look at this wonderful pair of planters.

  • English 18th Century Pair of Staddlestones

    $4,500.00

    31.75"H x "W x 23.38"D

    Dimensions: 31-¾”H x 23-⅜”D

    A delightful pair of staddlestones, c. 1780, that will add plenty of charm to your garden! Staddlestones, or stone mushrooms, date back to the medieval period and were originally used as supporting bases for granaries, hayricks, etc. The staddle stones lifted the granaries above the ground protecting the stored grain from vermin and water seepage. The upwardly tapering form and overlapping capstone make it almost impossible for a rodent to climb up and into the hay or grain stored above. The air could freely circulate beneath the stored crops and this helped to keep it dry. They differ only slightly in size- the taller measuring 31-¾”H x 23-⅜”Diameter; the shorter measuring 30-½”H x 22-¾”Diameter. Tops are removable. Sold as a pair only.

  • Antique Stone Frog Fountain

    $915.00

    14.63"H x 14.50"W x 14.50"D

    Dimensions: 14-⅝”H x 14-½”W x 14-½”D

    This darling green painted stone frog is the perfect way to liven up any garden. Ripples in the skin and ridges along the back give it a wonderfully realist texture. Still in working condition as a fountain. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look at the patina it has gained from years of outdoor exposure.

  • Vintage Willy Guhl Planter

    $2,500.00

    10"H x "W x 31.13"D

    Dimensions: 10”H x 31-⅛”Diameter

    This planter was designed by Willy Guhl and produced for Eternit SA in Switzerland during the 1950’s. Beautifully made with a concrete mix that retains the strength of concrete, but lighter and more flexible. Three holes are present on the bottom for drainage. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look at this unique garden antique. 

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    French 19th Century Terracotta Olive Jar

    French 19th Century Terracotta Olive Jar

    $1,200.00

    31"H x "W x 23"D

    Dimensions: 31”H x 23”Diameter

    A French 19th century terracotta olive jar with a wonderful shape and patina. This large, antique earthenware jar was made to preserve and carry olives. It has been broken and repaired well. Great for indoor decor or as a garden accessory. Make sure to view the detailed images.

  • English 19th Century Chimney Pot

    $865.00

    31"H x 15"W x 15"D

    Dimensions: 31”H x 15”W x 15”D

    A remarkable Victorian-era English terracotta chimney pot. This antique architectural element serves as both decorative and functional additions to traditional chimney flues. During the 1800s, coal was used more and more to heat homes, however the smoke that it produced was thick and toxic. Heightening one’s chimney increases its draw, removing this unwanted pollutant from interiors more quickly. Multiple indoor fireplaces was a luxury afforded to those with means, and these toppers would often be indicative of an estate’s socioeconomic status. The more intricately designed pots were more expensive and therefore prized by those that wished to project their wealth by ornamenting their homes with beautiful embellishments to their fireplace smokestacks. The worn black and white paint adds so much character to the design. Most were not painted, making this one particularly stylish. One of the crown’s tines have been lost, adding to its antique charm. Today, they can still function as intended, however their excellent patination and form make for exceptional garden ornaments and/or decorative objects.

  • English 19th Century Rhubarb Forcer

    $885.00

    13.88"H x "W x 15.25"D

    Dimensions: 13-⅞”H 15-¼” Diameter

    This is an English 19th century terracotta rhubarb forcer for the garden. A rhubarb forcer is a bell-shaped pot with a lidded opening at the top, used to cover rhubarb to limit photosynthesis. They encourage the plant to grow early in the season and also produce blanched stems. The pots are placed over two- to three-year-old rhubarb crowns during winter or very early spring. Once shoots appear the lid is taken off, causing them to grow towards the light. This one no longer has a cover. It would be great in a garden to protect other plants or as a conversation piece.

  • English 19th Century Rhubarb Forcer

    $885.00

    145"H x "W x 14.25"D

  • French 19th Century Wall Pedestal or Console

    $2,100.00

    36"H x 16.13"W x 11"D

    Dimensions: 36”H x 16-⅛”W x 11”D   

    The is an unusual European Wall Pedestal or Console. It is made of reconstituted stone with a flat surface at the top. A large scroll goes from top to bottom and rests on a rectangular base. This piece would be great indoors or out.

  • 19th Century Carved English Pot

    $2,995.00

    19"H x 24"W x 23"D

    Dimensions: 19”H x 24”W x 23”D

    We are so intrigued by the size and design of this wonderful antique stone pot. We love the simile design with the scroll handles and the color of the stone. It pot would work well inside as well as outside.

  • 19th Century European Marble Water Basin

    $1,775.00

    7.88"H x 19.25"W x 14.63"D

    Dimensions: 7-⅞”H x 19-¼”W x 14-⅝”D

    This is a European water basin with very thick walls. It is made of white marble with gray veins. This basin could easily be used as a basin for your bathroom, adding antique style and an appreciation for solid materials.

  • 19th Century Marble Water Basin

    $1,775.00

    9.5"H x 18.38"W x 15"D

    Dimensions: 9-½”H x 18-⅜”W x 15D

    This is a European water basin with very thick walls. It is made of white marble with gray veins. This basin could easily be used as a basin for your bathroom, adding antique style and an appreciation for solid materials.

  • Vintage Man’s Head with Birdbath

    $2,200.00

    26.88"H x "W x 12.88"D

    Dimensions: 26-⅞”H 12-⅞” Diameter

    This is a vintage cast playful bird bath or feeder. It features a man’s head and neck with a birdbath sitting on top like a hat. A whimsical item that would be fun in a garden or patio area.

  • Collection of 5 Terracotta Pineapple Finials

    $4,995.00

    24.13"H x 13.25"W x 12"D

    Dimensions: 24 ⅛” H x 13 ¼” W x 12” D 

    This is a set of five vintage pineapple motif finials all newly made of hollow terracotta, the tops lift off their base for easy transport. They would look great in your garden or even inside. Sold as a set.

  • French Vintage Painted Armillary

    $850.00

    27.5"H x 19"W x 15.75"D

    Dimensions: 27-1/2”H x 19”W x 15-3/4”D

    A great vintage iron armillary.  The armillary has a black painted finish with an accent of brass.  This piece is intended for ornamental use.

  • French 19th Century Glass Melon Cloche

    $895.00

    11.5"H x "W x 17.88"D

    Dimensions: 11-½”H x 17-⅞”D

    Large, blown-glass melon garden cloche.  Formed as a single piece of clear glass with a solid knob handle.  This one has a unique and irregular form, with flaws and imperfections that add to its organic characteristics.  The solid glass knob has been partially lobbed off, and is in keeping with the thought that knobs were routinely broken-off from 19th cloches to allow an even diffusion of heat and light through the glass.

  • French 19th Century Glass Melon Cloche

    $895.00

    10.88"H x "W x 17.88"D

    Dimensions: 10-⅞”H x 17-⅞”D

    Large, blown-glass melon garden cloche.  Formed as a single piece of clear glass with a solid knob handle.  This one has a unique and irregular form, with flaws and imperfections that add to its organic characteristics.  The solid glass knob has been partially lobbed off, and is in keeping with the thought that knobs were routinely broken-off from 19th cloches to allow an even diffusion of heat and light through the glass.

  • Italian Early 20th Century Marble Pedestal with Armillary

    $5,400.00

    90.25"H x 26.75"W x 21.25"D

    Dimensions: 90-¼”H x 26-¾”W x 21-¼”D

    A marvelous 20th century iron armillary, resting atop an Italian marble column-form pedestal.  The armillary has been sandblasted and powder coated in black.  This piece is intended for ornamental use.

  • Pair of French 19th Century Cast Stone Fruitage Finials

    $2,995.00

    14.75"H x 12.5"W x 12.5"D

    Dimensions: 14 3/4″ H x 12 1/2″ W x 12 1/2″ D

    A cornucopia of fruit – cast in stone and piled high – create each of these decorative French finials. Peaches, plums and other stone fruit can be found mixed in with the harvest. Decades of weather have afforded the pair an outstanding patina that they wear proudly. Their friendly form is cheerful and pleasant with an innate beauty that will be admired by all. These decorative outdoor implements are just the thing that will make your garden sing!

  • Decorative English Terra Cotta Star Bricks

    $495.00

    8.25"H x 8.25"W x "D

    Dimensions: 8-1/4″H x 8-1/4″W

    A wonderful set of three terra cotta bricks with a star pattern, c. 1850’s

  • French Double Garden Trellis

    $395.00

    43.25"H x 47.875"W x 23.375"D

    Dimensions: 43-1/4″H x 47-5/8″W x 23-3/8″D

    Train your vegetables or creeping vines to grow on this incredible antique iron garden trellis. Once used in beautifully manicured French parterres, these trellises will give your outdoor space an element of sophistication while providing a vital gardening function. Three decorative spherical iron finials cap the entire piece.

  • Decorative English Terra Cotta Bricks

    $1,200.00

    9.5"H x 9.25"W x 5"D

    Dimensions: 9-1/2″H x 9-1/4″W x 5″D

    Use these decorative terra cotta bricks to add an element of antiquity to your garden or outdoor space. Their versatility enables these antique bricks to serve a number of purposes. This set’s design has a central flower encircled by decorative scrollwork that continues onto the next brick when placed next to one another.
    – 12 available.

Fireside Antiques offers antique garden decor. We source many of our antique garden on buying trips to England and France.  Here, you will find a vast selection of French and English 19th Century antique garden decor.

Antique Garden Decor From Fireside Antiques

What’s better to complete a garden than a classical French water fountain or Italian marble pedestal? Not only does an antique piece bring history and elegance to your garden or yard, but it provides a conversation piece for guests to admire, as well.

While you might think that antiques need to be kept indoors to retain their charming appearances, this isn’t true of our curated set of antique garden decor items. We source the most appealing stone, metal, wood, and glass decorations from across England and France for use right in your garden or even indoors if you would prefer.

Many of the urns, jars, and vases we offer make excellent planters for exotic flowers, while our stone finials and statues add character just by being in your garden. After all, what’s a relaxing garden or outdoor space without a pensive human sculpture to look at as you enjoy the greenery?

Keep in mind that the vintage items we stock change constantly. Often, no two of the same item come through our doors. If you see something that strikes your fancy, make sure to snatch it up quickly because you may never see another like it again!

Authentic Outdoor Garden Decor

With our hand-curated selection of garden sculptures and garden decor, you’ll never have to worry about your precious antiques standing up to the outdoor elements. Often, our items have already lived much of their lives outdoors, and the weathering of the elements only makes them more charming.

Your antiques don’t need to look weathered to be charming, though, even if placed in your garden. Many of our antiques are hand-painted or stained instead of being left in their natural state. This layer will protect the item’s charm and attractiveness for years to come, especially if you protect it by placing it on your front porch instead of in the heart of your garden.

Not sure what antique items to add to your green space? You can check Fireside Antiques’ antique garden decor page for plenty of inspiration. Even something as simple as a small stone finial in the corner of your garden can be enough to change the ambiance of the entire area.

Of course, if you want to create the perfect outdoor garden space for relaxing and unwinding, the key isn’t to overwhelm it with plants and flowers. Instead, a delicate balance between decor and plants is often more meaningful. Fortunately, our garden decor ranges from Art Deco to Victorian and even Industrial finishes to help you complete your unique look.

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