Antique Stone Pool Fountains

Old Pool Fountains


Antique Wall Fountains

Old Wall Fountains


Antique Fireplace Mantles

Antique Fireplaces


Antique Entryways

Antique Entryways


Antique Biblos Stone

Biblos Stone


Antique Kronos Stone

Kronos Limestone


Antique Foundation Slabs

Antique Slabs


Antique Terracotta Jars

Terracotta Jars


Antiqe Doors, Shutters and Windows

Old Wood Doors


Antique Flat Wall Stone cladding

Flat Stone Cladding


Kitchen Stone Ranges

Kitchen Stone Ranges


Old Stone Columns

Old Stone Columns


Antique Marble Floors

Antique Rare Marble Tiles




New Stone Pool Fountains

New Pool Fountains


New Hand Carved Wall Stone Fountains

New Wall Fountains


New Hand Carved Fireplace Mantles

New Stone Fireplace


Antique Stone Wells

Antique Stone Wells


Antique Arcane Stone

Arcane Stone


Antique Millenium Stone Planks

Millennium Stone


Antique Stone Benches

Stone Benches


Ancient Stone Sinks

Old Stone Sinks


Antique Stone Planters and Troughs

Stone Planters


Antique rough Wall Stone cladding

Rough Stone Cladds


Cement Squared Tiles

Cement Squared Tiles


Antique Metal Gates

Antique Metal Gates


Stone Carved Tubs

Hand Carved Stone Bath Tubs

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Antique Ceramic, Clay & Terracotta Jars


Antique French Biot terracotta jars circa 1700's
Reclaimed Italian Olive ribbed terracotta jars
Reclaimed Italian Olive ribbed terracotta jars
Old Greek olive jars circa 1700's
Old glazed Sienna Jars from the 19th century
Reclaimed Italian Olive ribbed terracotta jars
Antique Italian courtyard olive jars

Antique Ceramic, Clay & Terracotta Jars


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Terracotta literary means cooked earth in Latin. In English we call them ceramic urns, ‘Urna’ in Italian but no matter what you call them they accompanied humans since their early cultures first used in the 8th millennium BC in the Mediterranean, near and far east corners of the old world.
"Pithoi," as they were called in early Greece is the granddaddy of the more modern 1700's and 1800's Ceramic urns that were used as a container for storage and transportation of olives, molasses, honey, water, and other foods such as saps, grape musts, dried meats like Armenian ‘Basturma’ & ‘Ormata’, spirits such as wine, ‘Ouzo’, ‘Grappa’ and ‘Arak’.
Today urns are as unique and different in styles and sizes as orchids varieties are in colors. As decorative objects of art antique terracotta urns lend grace and are centers of gravity in any room or garden.

They're also great for lining a garden path, adorning terraces and pool corners, or adding drama to a quiet corner in a meditative garden and are perfect for flanking the main entryway to one’s house.

If the weather allows it we love recommending grow in our antique terracotta jars 'Dwarf Meyer' lemon trees, English lavender or succulents.

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