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Monolith 1200mm

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Monolith Drilled (85 points)

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This is a very impressive piece of natural slate. The Monolith 1200mm stands approximately 1200-1400mm high and weighs up to half a tonne. This would would require mechanical lifting to move it into place. These are available either undrilled or drilled, in a mix of tones of blues, grey and plum. If you decide to use this as a water feature, you would require a more heavy duty base or sump than the one we provide with our standard water feature kit.

Prices are as advertised however due to the additional delivery requirements, please contact the sales office on 01629 630256 to purchase and confirm delivery arrangements.

Fish Friendly This product can be used with garden fish ponds

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