Solid Rod Monet Arch

Item Number: AMMON
This item is sold out for the Spring/Summer 2018 season. Please check back in the fall for availability.
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  • Instructions/Assembly
New - Same elegant lines as in Monet's Giverny garden. Sturdy solid steel assemblies fit together easily without tools. Includes lattice infill as shown.

5' wide x 7' tall, plus 12" in ground. Includes ground spikes.

21" front to back.

Panels now complete with welded wire lattice
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Monet Arch
Jun 17, 2015  |  By Karhy
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Great quality, simple construction


crystal pendants
Jul 24, 2015  |  By delma benvenuti-rothman
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it look fabulous, this Chandelier Tree Crystal Pendants added a charm to my willow tree. I need to buy more. But be careful, it's very fragile and I broke 4 just placing them on the tree


monet arch
Jul 24, 2015  |  By delma benvenuti-rothman
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not as solid as I thought for the price, but will sure be beautiful covered with my wisteria vine.


Mrs.
Mar 31, 2016  |  By Sandy Cates
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The solid rod arch is flimsy and not nearly as well made as the solid rod obelisks...would not have ordered this arch if I had known it wasn't very sturdy. ***** We're sorry you are not happy with your Solid Rod Monet Arch and were quite surprised to read this review. We honestly believe this to be a solid, sturdy arch. *****


Our second Monet arch, not quite as nice
Aug 5, 2017  |  By Nancy Irons
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We have the older model of this arch which was made differently than the current one. Our original is very solid with the sides welded together so each is one 20" x 68" panel. The new arch has sides that consist of three separate panels that fit together leaving a lot of play in the parts. So much so, the arch falls apart when trying to move it and feels basically flimsy. We're trying to come up with a way to tighten up the joints, maybe drill and screw them together but wish that weren't necessary. It looks nice though.

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