Stone Pineapples were traditionally a statement of refinement and grandeur. A design originally from the Victorian era, when only the rich could enjoy pineapples, they became associated with wealth and privilege. Through the years it has remained a popular choice for architectural decoration. The stylised form consists of a ring of leaves from which the pyramidal cubed fruit rises. Set on a soft skirted foot and square base. Alternatively these would make a great garden or conservatory feature.
Depending on supplies, these are available in either a light honey or biscuit colour (see photos).
The bases are 23.5cm square.