Rose Pillar Malmaison

Pyramid shaped Rose Column
„A perspective of Rose pillars is a charming feature in a garden, and one of the ways in which their (the roses’) beauty may be best enjoyed.” (Gertude Jeckyll in Roses for English Gardens, 1902)

The pyramid shaped Rose Pillar Malmasion was named in honour of the very first European rosarium, created by Empress Joséphine, wife of Napoléon I, at her park in Malmaison near Paris. Many of her Malmaison roses are lost forever, but quite a few survived and were referred to by Gertrude Jeckyll, almost a century later. The “Malmaison” serves two purposes: It works as an extremely solid climbing structure for roses as well as a kind of statue or sculpture, contributing archictectural interest and personal style.
 
This Pillar is made of 1.57'' / 4 cm steel tubing and 0.79'' / 2 cm steel-bands. Hot-dip galvanized and powder coated black. Pinecone finial cast in aluminium. The Pillar must be firmly secured to the ground using steel anchors (provided) to be put into concrete. The “Malmaison” is made in one single piece. Please allow ca. four weeks for truck delivery.
 
Rose Pillar Malmaison
Item No.: R3
Height: 7'5'' / 226 cm
plus 1'7'' / 50 cm steel anchors
for securing to the ground
Size (at the base) 2'x2' / 60x60 cm
Weight: 132 lbs / 60 kg
GBP: 1100,00

 The right picture features Rose Pillar Malmaison with Rosa "Florentina"


Garden Obelisks - Rose Pillar Malmaison
Rosenpyramide Grafik Rosenpyramide Malmaison mit Rose Florentina Rosenpyramide "Malmaison" Rosenpyramide Malmaison im Kordes Schaugarten
Rosenpyramide Malmaison mit Rose Florentina Rosenpyramide "Malmaison" Rosenpyramide am Rhein Rosenpyramide Malmaison im Schaugarten Kordes Rosenpyramide Crass
Rosenpyramide Malmaison mit Rose Florentina Rosenpyramide Malmaison Detail Rosenpyramide Malmaison mit Florentina
Rosenpyramide "Malmaison" Rosenpyramide Malmaison mit Florentina Rosenpyramide Malmaison mit Florentina Rosenpyramide Malmaison mit Florentina
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