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Hathi Birdbath, stained concrete bird bath for outdoor garden or patio

Hathi – Elephant Birdbath

Inspired by the dream-like sculpture and paintings of surrealist Salvador Dali, master sculptor Klaus Kinast has designed a truly unique piece.  The word Hathi is derived from the Hindi word for elephant and was used by Rudyard Kipling to name a fictional bull elephant character in his famous Jungle Book novels. Hathi can be used as a pedestal/plant stand or a birdbath with the addition of a matching bowl.

w14” x d14” x h32” 110 lb, 2 pieces

Shown in Ancient Stone

Code: HAT-BB

 

Hathi – Elephant Pedestal

Inspired by the dream-like sculpture and paintings of surrealist Salvador Dali, master sculptor Klaus Kinast has designed a truly unique piece.  The word Hathi is derived from the Hindi word for elephant and was used by Rudyard Kipling to name a fictional bull elephant character in his famous Jungle Book novels. Hathi can be used as a pedestal/plant stand or a birdbath with the addition of a matching bowl.

w10” x d14” x h29” 100 lb

Shown in Western Slate

Code: HAT-P

 

Head of Buddha

Buddha (563?- 483?BC), Indian philosopher and the founder of Buddhism, born in Kapilavastu, India, just inside present-day Nepal. His name Gautama Buddha is a combination of the family name Gautama and the appellation Buddha, meaning “Enlightened One.”  One day in 533, according to tradition, he encountered an aged man, a sick man, and a corpse, and he suddenly realized that suffering is the common lot of humankind. He then came upon a mendicant monk, calm and serene, whereupon he determined to adopt his way of life and forsake family, wealth, and power in the quest for truth. Accompanied by disciples, Buddha traveled through the valley of the Ganges River, teaching his doctrines, gathering followers, and establishing monastic communities that admitted anyone regardless of caste. Buddha’s teachings have influenced the lives of millions of people for nearly 2500 years.

w11” x d12” x h24”  100 lb

Shown in Western Slate

Code: HEDB

Head of Shiva buddha ornament for garden

Head of Shiva

Hinduism is the world’s oldest religion, having its origins in India more than 5000 years ago. Hindus believe in ‘Samsara’ or the cycle of birth, death and rebirth. The gods Brahma (the Creator), Vishnu (the Provider) and Shiva (the Destroyer), shown here represent this belief. Liberation from ‘Samsara’ can only be found through the pursuit of the ultimate goal in life – ‘Moksha’. This spiritual state is achieved by performing good deeds and being devoted to God. Hindu theology views God as being one but that this one can have many manifestations of forms.

w13” x d8” x h25” 100 lb

Shown in Ancient Stone

Code: SHIV

 

Hercules Pedestal

Taken from Greek mythology, this highly detailed statue of Hercules shows the beauty and strength of this ancient hero.  In his lifetime, Hercules was challenged to complete twelve feats of strength, ranging from endurance to tests of brute force.  Designed to hold a sundial or planter, or perhaps as a leg of a table, Hercules will look majestic and impressive in any garden or home.

3w16” x d14” x h37”  125 lb  

Shown in Western Slate

Code: HER

 

Hortus Birdbath, stained concrete bird bath for outdoor garden or patio

Hortus Reginae – Birdbath

HORTUS REGINAE – QUEEN OF THE GARDEN

In this stunning piece, master sculptor Klaus Kinast presents his interpretation of the Queen of the Garden. Flawless in beauty and with an elegant elongated neck, Hortus Reginae will proudly rule over your garden space. Use her as a planter, pedestal or birdbath. She looks particularly regal adorned with the flowering appendices of a cascading plant, substituting for hair.

w15” x d15” x h32” 160 lb, 2 pieces

Shown in Western Slate

Code: HORTUS-BB

 

Hortus Reginae Planter

HORTUS REGINAE – QUEEN OF THE GARDEN

In this stunning piece, master sculptor Klaus Kinast presents his interpretation of the Queen of the Garden. Flawless in beauty and with an elegant elongated neck, Hortus Reginae will proudly rule over your garden space. Use her as a planter, pedestal or birdbath. She looks particularly regal adorned with the flowering appendices of a cascading plant, substituting for hair.

 w15” x d13.5” x h28.5” 140 lb

Shown in Ancient Stone 

Code: HORTUS

 

Hortus Rex Birdbath, concrete torso for patio, garden

Hortus Rex – Birdbath

Hortus Rex – King of the Garden

A companion pieces to the very popular Hortus Reginae (Queen of the Garden).Use him as a planter, pedestal or birdbath. He looks particularly regal adorned with the flowering appendices of a cascading plant, substituting for hair.

w16.5” x d14” x h30” 160 lb, 2 pieces

Shown in York Stone

Code: HORTX-BB

 

Hortus Rex, concrete torso planter for patio, garden

Hortus Rex – Planter

Hortus Rex – King of the Garden

A companion pieces to the very popular Hortus Reginae (Queen of the Garden).Use him as a planter, pedestal or birdbath. He looks particularly regal adorned with the flowering appendices of a cascading plant, substituting for hair.

w16.5” x d14” x h26.5” 140 lb 

Shown in York Stone

Code: HORTX

 

Swap a Pot, Hummingbird and Fleur de lis, stained concrete planter for outdoor garden or patio

Hummingbird – Pot Holder

In this popular series of garden statuary, talented artist Klaus Kinast has carefully sculpted hummingbird themed ‘bas-relief’ (low relief) onto the surface of each piece. Hummingbirds are among the smallest of birds, hovering in mid-air seemingly motionless by beating their wings up to 90 times a second. Hummingbirds are the only birds that can fly backwards.

In the hummingbird series;

Straight Bench

Curved Bench

Birdbaths

Pot

Half-planter

Comes with fabric planter attached for holding pots or direct planting

w16” x d10” x h18”   65 lb

Shown in Western Slate

Shown on left in Western Slate

Code: HUM-SP

Hummingbird Bench - Curved garden

Hummingbird Bench – Curved

In this popular series of garden statuary, talented artist Klaus Kinast has carefully sculpted hummingbird themed ‘bas-relief’ (low relief) onto the surface of each piece. Hummingbirds are among the smallest of birds, hovering in mid-air seemingly motionless by beating their wings up to 90 times a second. Hummingbirds are the only birds that can fly backwards.

In the hummingbird series;

Straight Bench

Curved Bench

Birdbaths

Pot

Pot Holder

w50” x d15.5” x h17” 205 lb, 3 pieces

Shown in Ancient Stone

Code: HUM-CUR

 

Hummingbird Straight, stained concrete furniture for outdoor garden or patio

Hummingbird Bench – Straight

In this popular series of garden statuary, talented artist Klaus Kinast has carefully sculpted hummingbird themed ‘bas-relief’ (low relief) onto the surface of each piece. Hummingbirds are among the smallest of birds, hovering in mid-air seemingly motionless by beating their wings up to 90 times a second. Hummingbirds are the only birds that can fly backwards.

In the hummingbird series;

Straight Bench

Curved Bench

Birdbaths

Pot

Half-planter

w45” x d14” x h17” 190 lb, 3 pieces

Shown in Western Slate

Code: HUM-STR

 

Hummingbird Birdbath – Small

In this popular series of garden statuary, talented artist Klaus Kinast has carefully sculpted hummingbird themed ‘bas-relief’ (low relief) onto the surface of each piece. Hummingbirds are among the smallest of birds, hovering in mid-air seemingly motionless by beating their wings up to 90 times a second. Hummingbirds are the only birds that can fly backwards.

In the hummingbird series;

Straight Bench

Curved Bench

Birdbaths

Pot

Half-planter

w19” x d19” x h20” 90 lb, 2 pieces

Shown right in Ancient Stone

Code: HUM-BB-S

 

Hummingbird Birdbath – Tall

In this popular series of garden statuary, talented artist Klaus Kinast has carefully sculpted hummingbird themed ‘bas-relief’ (low relief) onto the surface of each piece. Hummingbirds are among the smallest of birds, hovering in mid-air seemingly motionless by beating their wings up to 90 times a second. Hummingbirds are the only birds that can fly backwards.

In the hummingbird series;

Straight Bench

Curved Bench

Birdbaths

Pot

Half-planter

w19” x d19” x h27” 100 lb, 2 pieces

Shown left in Basalt Grey

Code: HUM-BB

 

Hummingbird Pot

In this popular series of garden statuary, talented artist Klaus Kinast has carefully sculpted hummingbird themed ‘bas-relief’ (low relief) onto the surface of each piece. Hummingbirds are among the smallest of birds, hovering in mid-air seemingly motionless by beating their wings up to 90 times a second. Hummingbirds are the only birds that can fly backwards.

In the hummingbird series;

Straight Bench

Curved Bench

Birdbaths

Pot

Half-planter

w19” x d19” x h16” 110 lb

Shown in Western Slate

Code: HUM-POT

 

Inuksuk 24″

The Inuksuk is gerally regarded as a sign post to show direction on the otherwise blank landscape of the Artic or other areas of the far north. They do however, also mark fishing spots, camps, hunting grounds, and food caches. This one could point out your favorite spot in your garden or yard.

w18” x d7” x h24” 185 lb

Shown in Western Slate

Code: INU24

Japanese Bench

Japanese Bench

w26” x d13.5” x h16.5” 185 lb, 2 pieces

Shown in Western Slate

Code: JBENCH

Japanese Lamp, stained concrete lantern for outdoor garden or patio

Japanese Lamp (Light Not Included)

Stone lanterns were developed in 16th century Japan as a method of lighting garden paths leading to tearooms. Traditional tea ceremonies were often held in the evening. Guests would be expected to attain a certain level of mental refinement before reaching the tearooms, aided by strolling through a peaceful inner garden. Every element of the tea ceremony was designed to discourage distraction and promote inner harmony and various forms of lantern evolved.

w14” x d14” x h36”  95 lb, 3 pieces

Shown in Ancient Stone

*Lighting not included, will accommodate wiring

Code: JLAMP

 

Japanese Lantern Kosai, stained concrete lamp for outdoor garden or patio

Japanese Lantern – Kosai

JAPANESE LANTERN; YUKIMA-GATA

Stone lanterns were developed in 16th century Japan as a method of lighting garden paths leading to tearooms. Traditional tea ceremonies were often held in the evening. Guests would be expected to attain a certain level of mental refinement before reaching the tearooms, aided by strolling through a peaceful inner garden. Every element of the tea ceremony was designed to discourage distraction and promote inner harmony. Various forms of lantern evolved: Yukima-gata (snow-viewing lanterns)

Yukima-gata are characterized by their low posture and open legged design. They are the most common type of lantern and are often found near water. They derive their name from the way that snow delicately gathers on their roofs. In this series:

Mashikaku (square) yukima-gata, Kosai (small) yukima-gata, Kukei (rectangle) yukima-gata

w13” x d13” x h16”  45 lb, 3 pieces

Shown in Ancient Stone

Code: JPLK

 

Japanese Lantern Kukei, stained concrete lamp for outdoor garden or patio

Japanese Lantern – Kukei

JAPANESE LANTERN; YUKIMA-GATA

Stone lanterns were developed in 16th century Japan as a method of lighting garden paths leading to tearooms. Traditional tea ceremonies were often held in the evening. Guests would be expected to attain a certain level of mental refinement before reaching the tearooms, aided by strolling through a peaceful inner garden. Every element of the tea ceremony was designed to discourage distraction and promote inner harmony. Various forms of lantern evolved: Yukima-gata (snow-viewing lanterns)

Yukima-gata are characterized by their low posture and open legged design. They are the most common type of lantern and are often found near water. They derive their name from the way that snow delicately gathers on their roofs. In this series:

Mashikaku (square) yukima-gata, Kosai (small) yukima-gata, Kukei (rectangle) yukima-gata

w10” x d8” x h22”  80 lb, 3 pieces 

Shown in Western Slate

Code: JPLKK

 

Japanese Lantern Mashikaku, stained concrete lamp for outdoor garden or patio

Japanese Lantern – Mashikaku

JAPANESE LANTERN; YUKIMA-GATA

Stone lanterns were developed in 16th century Japan as a method of lighting garden paths leading to tearooms. Traditional tea ceremonies were often held in the evening. Guests would be expected to attain a certain level of mental refinement before reaching the tearooms, aided by strolling through a peaceful inner garden. Every element of the tea ceremony was designed to discourage distraction and promote inner harmony. Various forms of lantern evolved: Yukima-gata (snow-viewing lanterns)

Yukima-gata are characterized by their low posture and open legged design. They are the most common type of lantern and are often found near water. They derive their name from the way that snow delicately gathers on their roofs. In this series:

Mashikaku (square) yukima-gata, Kosai (small) yukima-gata, Kukei (rectangle) yukima-gata

w16” x d12” x h19”  80 lb, 3 pieces  

Shown in Ancient Stone

Code: JPLM