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Ancient Standing Stones + Monoliths For Sale

Ancient Standing Stones For Sale

Dandelion always have in stock beautiful, Old York Sandstone, Millstone Grit or Westmorland Limestone Standing Stones, many being formed millions of years ago by Mother Nature; others having been hand-hewn by Pennine quarrymen in the 17th, 18th or 19th centuries. Standing Stones and Monoliths, greatly enhance gardens, flagged courtyards or can be incorporated as an eye-catching enigma in a meadow or by a pond or stream.

Quarried Old and New Natural Stone

For those special garden designs, landscaping, water features and sculptural enigmas, Dandelion can supply large natural lumps of York Sandstone, Millstone Grit and Old Westmorland Limestone, obtained from legitimate sources.

DAN 3819

The Stoop Stone has been firmly pinned and securely fastened with Mason’s Mate special compound onto an Old Yorkshire ‘Crusher’…


DAN 3817

Fluted Old York Stone Standing Stone.


DAN 3815

Small Old York Stone Stoop.


DAN 3814

An extremely attractive and eye-catching Old York Standing Stone with 3 unusual-looking rectangular cut-outs. If mounted in the centre of…


DAN 3810

Old York Stone Standing Stone.


DAN 3808

A beautiful, naturally contoured standing stone of Yorkshire Gritstone that would add drama and interest in any garden or courtyard.


DAN 3807

York Stone Standing Stone.


DAN 3534

A truly superb, rather enigmatic 6" thick slab of York Stone which could be incorporated into any Grand Garden Design.


DAN 3532

York Stone vertical section of attractive hand-carved 18th Century gutter which has a fantastic appearance.


DAN 3517

DANDELION MENHIR or STANDING STONE Old Rossendale Standing Stone. This very enigmatic grey sandstone pillar is full of intriguing holes…


Enigmatic Stone Garden Ornaments

These enigmatic, ancient standing stones, hewn centuries ago from quarried York sandstone, limestone, Millstone Grit, Red Furness sandstone etc., when set up within a lawn or other grassy area, make wonderful garden features. Standing stones or stone monoliths, if set up among alpines, heathers, bulbs or groupings of brightly-coloured flowers can look fantastic.

Another exciting concept is to set up one uniquely-shaped standing stone, surrounded by a circle of much shorter feature stones or boulders.

The example, shown right, of an ancient weathered and gnarled Limestone Standing Stone is a good indicator of how the old gate posts, once set in a lawned area, can look fantastic.

Why not create your own Stonehenge? – We can help you find the right stones!
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