Apex Pier Cap with Ball Finial
Top your pillar in a very traditional English style. Add a stylish finishing touch to any gate pier and post and protect your walls from the weather while decorating your entrance. This cast stone apex pier cap ball finial is a nice way to welcome your guests and make any building complete and attractive, either residential or commercial. Coming in three different finishes (buff, charcoal, and natural Portland), this capping stone is available in three sizes, so you can find the perfect match for your architectural work.
It adds a very traditional and stylish English finishing touch to any gate pier and post
It protects your walls against weather damage
Nice way to welcome your guests and make any building complete and attractive
Available in buff, charcoal, and natural Portland colours
Match different kinds of pillars thanks to three sizes and colours. Check all the other listing
Material: Cast Stone
Sizes: 520mm x 520mm + 12″ ball | 620mm x 620mm + 12″ ball | 700mm x 700mm + 16″ ball
*The ball doesn’t come attached and it will require adding on by either a mortar mix or an outdoor bonding agent.
About Cast Stone
Cast stone is finding a growing market. It can add distinction and value out of all proportion to its cost. The material has caught the imagination of architects, builders and their clients from the classical past in Britain to the present day. There’s a simple reason why: it can transform plain gardens and walling into something special. It has class at an affordable price.
Cast Stone is often referred to by alternative names such as reconstructed stone, reconstituted stone, artificial stone, synthetic stone, manufactured stone, art stone etc, with reconstructed stone and reconstituted stone being the most common, but the preferred name is “cast stone”.
Cast stone is ideal for architectural dressings that call for fine detail around entrances, openings and gables. All types of architectural dressings can be produced – large, small and structurally reinforced. Cast stone can take the form of garden ornamentation and also ashlar masonry where it is often referred to as a reconstructed stone.
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