For the first time Gaze Burvill exhibited at The Game Fair as part of the event’s 60th anniversary.

Gaze Burvill collaborated on a large stand alongside sculptor David Harber and greenhouse manufacturer Alitex on a garden created by Sarah Naybour and titled as ‘The Perfect Garden’.

An Outdoor Kitchen and Shoot Lunch add to a wonderful display

On display at the Game Fair in our ‘Perfect Garden’, designed by Sarah Naybour, we showed a selection of pieces: a Cloisters Seat, one of our iconic steam bent oak seats, nestling by the greenhouse; an outdoor kitchen island complete with fridge and grill; beneath two magnificent TUUCI parasols, we’ve set up for a shoot lunch on our long Mead Table – actually two tables linked by a special joining piece, a simple way to create versatile dining options; perfect for the placing outside the boot room, a handsome Broadwalk Seat and chest arrangement, complete with our stylish bootjack, on sale for the first time.

Alitex has been manufacturing the most beautiful Aluminium greenhouses in the world for over sixty years. David Harber handcrafts breath-taking garden sculptures from his Oxfordshire workshop. All three companies are Chelsea trade-stand award-winners and exhibited their products for the first time together at the wonderful Ragley Hall.

Sarah Naybour, designer of The Perfect Garden, designed an elegant and timeless English country garden setting – a traditional planting scheme with a variety of whites and purples under pleached trees and hedging.  Sarah has accumulated an impressive record of designing award-winning RHS Chelsea Flower Show trade-stand gardens, and many beautiful private gardens besides.

‘The Perfect Garden’ was located by the Main Arena (stand 967), Simon Burvill along with representatives from Alitex and David Harber were on hand.


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