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Campania International Small Square Barn Board Cast Stone Planter

Item# 268-CIB1921-1-AF | Model# P-672-AL | Added on February 6, 2016 |
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Campania International Small Square Barn Board Cast Stone Planter
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Dimensions: 8.75W x 4H in.. Cast stone, glass fiber reinforced concrete. Choose from available aged patina color options. Square design with barn board texture. Shallow planting depth for ornamentals. 15-step construction process. For classic or contemporary outdoor settings. Designed to create rustic charm, the Campania International Small Square Barn Board Cast Stone Planter looks as though it was crafted of boards pulled from a heritage barn. This square planter is richly textured and comes in a wide variety of weathered finish options. Crafted of cast stone that is lightweight, durable, and withstands the elements nicely. Campania Cast Stone: The ProcessThe creation of Campania's cast stone pieces begins and ends by hand. From the creation of an original design, making of a mold, pouring the cast stone, application of the patina to the final packing of an order, the process is both technical and artistic. As many as 30 pairs of hands are involved in the creation of each Campania piece in a labor intensive 15 step process.The process begins either with the creation of an original copyrighted design by Campania's artisans or an antique original. Antique originals will often require some restoration work, which is also done in-house by expert craftsmen. Campania's mold making department will then begin a multi-step process to create a production mold which will properly replicate the detail and texture of the original piece. Depending on its size and complexity, a mold can ... read more
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