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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 4262

A staggeringly beautiful Old York Stone Trough of medium dimensions.

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DAN 4265

A beautiful specimen of a double Old York Stone Trough originating from the Levisham area on the North York Moors.

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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 4263

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

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DAN 4226

Old York Stone Trough. Historic crack in rear wall has been restored professionally to a high standard.

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DAN 4233

Punch-faced (hand-tooled) Old  York Stone Trough planted with alpines, and beautifully weathered with light green lichens.

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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 4181

Beautifully hand-carved Old York Stone Pump Trough, which was salvaged from a Pennine farmhouse in Calderdale. Trough only.  Pump extra.

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DAN 4124

A delightful Old York Stone shallow Trough, known as a ‘Slopstone’, is ideal for water features or for planting dwarf…

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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 4099

Old, unusually-shaped Old York Gritstone trough. A real curiosity!

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DAN 4048

A very attractive pair of square, sandstone troughs created from 200 year old Cheshire cheese press stones. Both troughs are…

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DAN 2032

Another striking specimen of an Old North York Moors Stone Trough.

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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 SILK 5022

Old York Stone horse trough that came from a South Yorkshire farmstead and is believed to be over 250 years…

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DAN SILK 5010

A medium sized Old York Stone Cattle Trough with attractive incised carving on the side panel. Originating from an ancient…

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DAN SILK 5002

A very attractive large, thick-walled Old York Stone Trough displaying beautiful Stone Mason’s tool marks.

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DAN SILK 5001

A superb specimen of a thick-walled Old York Stone Trough which was probably originally used as a water pump trough.…

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DAN APG 4253

A large-sized Old York Stone Trough with attractive mason’s tooling marks. A good deep trough.

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DAN APG 4252

A superb, rare-to-find curiosity of a Pennine farm Old York Stone Trough having a fascinating integral, hand-carved, cylindrical mounting for…

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DAN APG 4251

A really beautiful medium-sized Old York Stone Trough with attractive mason’s tooling marks. A good deep trough.

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DAN APG 4249

A simply stunning medium-sized Old York Stone Trough, which would make a wonderfully attractive water feature. Alternatively, this trough would…

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DAN APG 4248

A medium-sized Old York Stone Trough which could be used in the creation of a water feature or, simply planted…

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DAN APG 4247

A wonderful specimen of a small, ‘chunky’ looking Old York Stone Trough with thick walls. Ideal for planting a small…

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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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