Victorian Rope Edging - Black
Victorian rope edging provides the perfect finish to the formal courtyard patio or are ideal for edging a rose walkway. The length is 450mm, but with the look of a 225mm edging. When designing the appearance of our full rope top path edging we were keen to replicate authentic traditional Victorian edging. We believe we achieved this by allowing for a 9” split at the midpoint of the edging.
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Victorian rope edging provides the perfect finish to the formal courtyard patio or is ideal for edging a rose walkway. The length is 450mm, but with the look of a 225mm edging. When designing the appearance of our full rope top path edging we were keen to replicate authentic traditional Victorian edging. We believe we achieved this by allowing for a 9” split at the midpoint of the edging.
The description given is full rope top, also commonly referred to as double rope edging. There are edgings available that only show the rope style on one side, which is fine if not visible. However, for a more authentic appearance, the full rope is a more stylish option.
Front door pathway edging– use our Victorian rope edging along each side of your front door pathway of Victorian tiles squares mixing the traditional Black and Terracotta so popular in the Victorian times. Ideal for edging a gravel drive or garden path.
Formal herb garden– create a formal herb garden and use the Victorian rope edging along with the corner posts to complete the project.
Use Decorative edging as a border to help keep the flower beds nice and tidy, or as edging along a winding garden path. Enhance the look of your driveway and front door path with the use of decorative edging. Lay the edging in a bed of mortar with approximately a little under half of the height showing proud above the surface edge. It is possible to avoid using mortar where the ground is firm and by pushing the edging into the ground along the border edge. However, we would always recommend fixing with a bed of mortar.
The necessity of path edging
Do paths always need edging? The short answer to this question would be no, however, path edging not only looks good, but it is practical at the same time. Path edging helps to keep the structure of the path defined and contained. Without good edging the sides of the path would degrade, borders and weeds would creep in, and the whole path would gradually spread.
Handmade in the UK
Our reconstituted stone products are handmade by us in Shropshire, UK, using a mix of aggregates, cement and colouring. We source the majority of our raw materials locally and ensure they are of the finest quality. The production process uses traditional techniques of mould casting that have been perfected during the past 40 years. All our handmade products are frost resistant and are ideal for our UK climate.
|Weight (KG)||7.00 kgs|