95004 Orphan House Fountain with Quatrefoil Basin *Charleston*
Fountains & Basins | Historic Charleston Collection™
Orphan House Fountain with Quatrefoil Basin

The first public orphanage in America, the Charleston Orphan House was founded in 1790 to tend to the welfare and education of thousands of children from poor white families in the Antebellum South. The building was remodeled in the 1820s and then demolished in the early 1950s, but its spirit lives on in the finial reproduction that is the centerpiece of our Orphan House Fountain.

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Recommended Pump Size 150 GPH

 

 

Item No. 95004
36" H x 54" Dia., 586 lbs.
Shown in patina finish Light Walnut (LW)
As seen in our catalog on page: 80
  • Natural
    (N)
  • Aged Stone
    (AS)
  • Amber Green
    (AG)
  • Ancient Age
    (AA)
  • Sienna Red
    (SR)
  • Light Walnut
    (LW)
  • Dark Walnut
    (DW)
 

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