Our Company was founded on an abiding love of the garden antiques that have graced American and European estates for centuries as well as the exemplary craftsmanship that has allowed them to stand the test of time. In 1992, we became one of the first companies to create historical reproductions in composition cast stone, and we did so with an unerring commitment to the casting techniques and hand finishes that would make each replica nearly indistinguishable from the original.
Today, we not only travel the world searching for the finest antique garden statuary and ornaments to reproduce, we also develop original collections inspired by historic architecture and create wholly contemporary pieces designed to grace the landscape for centuries to come. Our mission is, and has always been, to enable everyone to share in our passion for beautiful garden treasures and enjoy their own unique piece of history.
Unlike Any Other
There’s a reason we call ourselves “Unique”
When we search for antique garden treasures, we go out of our way to find pieces that are rare and unusual—the kind of interesting pieces that make a home or garden feel established and one-of-a-kind. We’ve developed strong relationships with a number of museum professionals and prominent antiques dealers from around the world who keep their eyes open and let us know when they’ve spotted something truly remarkable. Each time we discover a piece that meets our exacting criteria, we decide whether we’ll make an exact replica or use it as inspiration for a new product or collection.
Our unerring commitment to unearthing the world’s finest and most uncommon pieces has led us to create collections based on some of America’s most beloved historical treasures. Our Biltmore® Garden Collection, created in partnership with the renowned North Carolina estate, features original designs inspired by the home’s extraordinary architecture and landscape design. The Historic Charleston Collection™ features exact recreations of pieces in The Charleston Museum, as well as reproductions of the stately architectural details and elegant garden ornaments of a number of private homes, including the Nathaniel Russell House and Middleton Place.