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|Product Type: Trellis||Color: Brown|
|Powder Coated Finish: Yes||Material: Iron|
|Hardware Material: Iron||Number of Items Included: 1|
|Product Style: Gothic||Planters Included: No|
|Plant Hangers Included: No||Installation: Freestanding|
|Gate Included: No||Solid Tubes: Solid|
|Bench Included: No||Commercial Use: Yes|
|Country of Manufacture: India|
|Assembly Required: No|
The future of H. Potter holds the same standards, but is taking on a new role of bringing a new expanded product line to you. Their expanded product line will give you more options to choose from; in order to fit any shop or room.
H. Potter was the first to bring beautiful Wardian Cases and is now the first to create all the accent pieces you need for your outdoor room and garden. Their designing team has set their goals exceptionally high in order to bring you an item that will be both refreshing and original.
H. Potter takes pride in filling their product line with continual trend setting items that do not go unnoticed.
Michele from Oakville, ON – Verified Buyer
I am pleased with the appearance of the trellis from H. Potter. However, I became quite annoyed when I went to put the trellis together. One has to screw on the top section, as well as screw in the stakes at the bottom. With one of the two trellises I purchased, the holes were so misaligned that it was, in fact, impossible to insert more than one of the screws, and one of the holes was so badly stripped that the screw got no purchase as one screwed in it--it just turned and turned and turned. Thus I have a trellis with its top held on by two screws in more or less properly, a third at an angle, and with one missing altogether. Even Ikea assembles things and then disassembles them before they sell them, to make sure this sort of thing does not happen. And as I live in Canada and the business of customs and import make it very problematic to return the item without considerable cost and difficulty, I am stuck with a faulty item. Not a happy bunny.