• A super early 1900's dolly tub - ideal for planting and garden design, in excellent condition.
  • Small Indian buckets

    Two sizes of these handmade Indian buckets - small and tiny! So charming it would be a waste to relegate them to the garden; the tiny one would be perfect to hold colouring pencils whilst the larger could be a fireside coal bucket perhaps?
  • We do love a birdcage and this is an absolute stunner - of large proportions with the remnants of the original green paint; two tier with a door on both levels; the bottom slides out easily for cleaning but also now provides access for plants, fairy lights etc to make the most of this beautifully decorative and original piece.
  • These are just the most gorgeous antique French garden chairs - an unusual shape, with square seats and backs but with utterly gorgeous chippy original paint. The patination is stunning. They're of fantastic quality and have a real weight to them too. Whilst they appear to be identical, there are two with one seat design (the pattern the holes are punched in) and two with another. One pair is also slightly more grey. Price is per chair.
  • Gorgeous vintage French folding garden bench, very much in the same style as the folding bistro chairs. It has lots of lovely original white paint, the struts are in great condition and the folding mechanism works well.
  • An industrial glass and metal cloche which could be used in the garden to protect plants from bugs and cold, but also looks great styled up with curiosities or houseplants indoors!
  • We just love the colour of this vintage enamel tub that we picked up in France recently. It would work equally well as a planter or an ice bucket for summer garden parties - so pretty!
  • We usually try to pick these up when we go buying in France - they're so tactile and decorative whilst also being rather handy! Ideal for so many uses in the modern rustic home - by the back door for boots & shoes, in the living room for magazines, by the fire for logs; we've even wall mounted a few and use them for storage and display (this also looks brilliant in the garden where they can be filled with trailing plants)
  • This was the original booklet that led to the hugely popular gardening series by Dr DG Hessayon. A lovely 1950's example which would make a super gift for the gardener in your life.