Haddonstone Cast Stone Garden Ornaments, Planters, Urns, and Fountains Now Available Online to Customers in the U.S. and Canada

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Heritage Antiques is pleased to announce the launch of their new web site, http://www.EnglishGardenOrnaments.com, featuring Haddonstone cast stone garden ornaments, planters, urns, fountains, and vases. This new web site is designed to make viewing and ordering of all Haddonstone cast stone garden and landscaping products convenient and simple for residential clients, landscape design professionals, landscape architects, and construction professionals in the U.S. and Canada.

Haddonstone cast stone garden ornaments, planters, urns, and fountains are now available online through Heritage Antiques' newly launched English Garden Ornaments web site. Established in Charlotte, North Carolina in 2002, Heritage Antiques is one of the premier distributors of Haddonstone ornamental and architectural cast stone products including urns, vases, planters, jardinieres, fountains, benches, and statuary. Haddonstone is a special form of reconstructed limestone with a surface texture which encourages the early development of algae and lichen giving each piece a beautiful aged patina.

Linda Webster, Founder and Owner of Heritage Antiques proudly announced the launch of this new web site: "The beauty and exceptional quality of Haddonstone's cast stone landscaping products and garden ornaments is truly unique, and we are pleased to be able to offer customers across the U.S. and Canada a convenient and accessible web site which they can now use to view and order these products. We offer Haddonstone products for sale to the public, designers, architects, and contractors through our http://www.englishgardenornaments.com web site. We have worked with customers throughout North America, and we are happy to answer any questions they may have regarding Haddonstone products. We pride ourselves on providing professional and responsive service to all of our customers regardless of their size."

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