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Stone Troughs For Sale: Current Stock

Stone Troughs For sale

Dandelion specialise in supplying large, medium and small Old York Stone Troughs.

Dandelion have a large stock of Antique Stone Garden Curiosities such as: hand carved Stone Gargoyles, Stone Sun Dials, Stone Bird Baths, Old Stone Spheres and Urns: and much more! Old Stone Troughs make fantastic water features.

DAN 4523

This is a very attractive Large, Old Yorkshire Stone Horse Trough originating from an historic farm set in the glorious…

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DAN 4514

A most attractive, large Old Yorkshire Stone Horse Trough salvaged from an Upper Ribblesdale farm dating back to the late…

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DAN 4513

A most attractive, large Old Yorkshire Stone Horse Trough salvaged from an Upper Ribblesdale farm dating back to the late…

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DAN 4520

SMALL, SQUARE OLD YORKSHIRE STONE TROUGH. Would make a great looking centerpiece if planted with brightly coloured alpines.

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DAN 4519

OLD YORKSHIRE STONE TROUGH Salvage from the garden of a Victorian house in Apperley Bridge, near Bradford.

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DAN 4517

SMALL, HIGHLY ATTRACTIVE BOW-FRONT CORNERED OLD YORKSHIRE STONE TROUGH. Now rather rare-to-find troughs of this curious shape. Would look most…

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DAN 4515

A most attractive specimen of a long, narrow Old York Stone Trough, originally used for feeding pigs or geese and…

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DAN 4511

An old Yorkshire Horse trough which could be used for the creation of a stunningly beautiful Water Feature, or if…

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DAN 4510, GRITSTONE GREEN MAN WATER FEATURE (3)

DAN 4510

“ GREEN MAN of the WOODS “ water fountain, created by re-purposing an Old Yorkshire Gritstone Trough and an Old…

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DAN 4508

DAN 4508

A stunning specimen of a square-section Old Yorkshire Stone Trough displaying attractive Mason’s tooling marks, which would be ideal for…

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DAN 4503

DAN 4503

A really attractive Old York Stone Trough of slight tapering shape, yet abounding with fascinating mason’s tool marks. It was…

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DAN 4501

A very beautiful OLD York Stone Trough having one rounded front corner and attractively carved displaying fascinating mason’s tooling. Salvaged…

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DAN 4188

DAN 4188

A real curiosity of an Old Stone trough, comprising a Victorian stoneware shallow trough or sink, which, countless years ago…

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DAN 4504

A splendid specimen of a medium-sized trough recently salvaged from a farm dating back to 1769 high on the Ribblesdale…

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DAN 4506

An exceptionally rare, “Double trough“ used for feeding Geese. This delightfully, very attractive trough would grace any patio our stone…

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small Old York Stone Trough

DAN 4272

A lovely small Old York Stone Trough.

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DAN 4267

A beautiful rectangular Old York Stone trough.

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DAN 4266

A lovely specimen of a small square Old York Stone trough that is richly covered in green lichen.

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DAN 4264

A most attractive, beautifully weathered Old York Stone Trough originating from the Levisham area on the North York Moors.

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DAN 4228

Small Shallow Old  York Stone Trough

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DAN 4236

Small Stone Troughs.

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DAN 4227

3 Small Stone Troughs.

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DAN 4219

Small Old York Stone trough.

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DAN 4199

A lovely example of a much-weathered Old  York Stone Trough.

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DAN 4190

A very pretty OLD  YORK STONE TROUGH.

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DAN 4187

Old  York Stone Gully/Trough.

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DAN 4112

A rectangular Old  York Stone sink, which in former times in the North were known as ‘Slop-stones’. Excellent for dwarf…

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DAN 2004

A lovely specimen of a Old Yorkshire Sandstone shallow trough. These were known as ‘Slopstones’ in the Pennine villages. Fantastic…

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DAN 4239

An exceedingly rare specimen of a Large Circular York Stone Trough, which, if planted with a mixture of colourful perennial…

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DAN 4080

A truly beautiful, time weathered example of a heavy York Stone Trough that would make a superb centre-piece either in…

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Old Stone Sinks

Old stone sinks were often found in old cottages, historic country houses and farm-house kitchens – (in the Pennines they were called ‘Slopstones’) – and were sometimes used as salting tables during the process of preserving meat, particularly pork.

These shallow stone sinks, (being around 3″ to 6″ deep) usually display centuries of wear and therefore, are most attractive when used as stone planters for colourful alpines, heathers and rockery plants.

That Elusive Trough

Due to the ever burgeoning popularity for incorporating them into garden and landscaping designs, these beautiful, antique British and Irish stone troughs and stone sinks are becoming increasingly hard to find.

However, at DANDELION, where we have a significant stock of stone troughs, if we haven’t got the trough you desire, then due to our many contacts scattered throughout the British Isles, we can usually find that elusive stone trough for you.

Seeking that elusive Stone Trough – We can help, you just have to ask!
Call us today on 01535 637 153 or email: lankyboilermaker@btconnect.com

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