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Biltmore partner Unique Stone to show new products at Atlanta market

ASHEVILLE, N.C. - Biltmore's licensing division will be debuting new products from licensee partner Unique Stone at the Atlanta International Gift & Home Furnishings Market Jan. 13-16.

 Observatory Fountain by Unique StoneObservatory Fountain
 Antler Hill Village Trough by Unique StoneAntler Hill Village Trough
 25th Anniversary Fleur-de-lis Planter by Unique Stone25th Anniversary Fleur-de-lis Planter
 Renaissance Crest by Unique StoneRenaissance Crest

Unique Stone takes inspiration from Biltmore's elegant gardens, stone masonry and architectural details to create pieces for outdoor and garden use. Unique Stone's showroom is located in Building 2, West Wing, Suite 9A29.

"We're very happy with Unique Stone's new introductions for this market," said Tim Rosebrock, Biltmore's licensing division vice president and general manager. "These products highlight some of the finer architectural details that have helped make Biltmore one of America's most-visited homes and represent a high-level craftsmanship inherent in our licensed products."

Unique Stone's market introductions for Biltmore

Observatory Finial - Clean curves topped with a globe-like sphere give this finial an astrological feel. Adapting the French Renaissance architecture of Biltmore House to suit the tastes of today's consumer, this elegant piece is an easy fit for any garden or yard. The finial measures 14″w x 26″h and may retail for $213.75.

Observatory Fountain - A grand take on the astronomy-inspired Observatory Finial, this fountain incorporates modern, clean lines into Biltmore's classic French Renaissance design. The fountain measures 53.5″w x 37″h and may retail for $956.25.

Antler Hill Village Trough - Inspired by the rustic charm of Biltmore's newest attraction, Antler Hill Village, this stately trough will heighten the charm and ambiance of any outdoor space and is perfect to use as a planter or water element. The trough measures 22″w x 53″l x 21″h and may retail for $731.25.

25th Anniversary Fleur-de-lis Planter - This exquisite planter is as beautiful as it is functional with its clean design and touch of Renaissance flare. Commemorative of Biltmore's Festival of Flowers 25th Anniversary, the Fleur-de-lis planter is the ideal accent for any flower or herb garden. The planter measures 24"h x 35"w and may retail for $618.75.

Renaissance Crest - Small in stature, yet big in style, this dignified accent piece draws inspiration from the engravings of Renaissance family crests. Measuring 22″l x 11″h, the Renaissance Crest is a wonderful decorating solution for smaller spaces. The crest may retail for $56.25.

About Biltmore's licensing division

Launched in 1990, Biltmore's licensing division has grown to be a highly recognized brand, drawing on the historical treasures and inspiration found in Biltmore House and gardens. Through Biltmore For Your Home and Biltmore Chateau Reserve, consumers are able to experience both the classic designs found in George Vanderbilt's grand collection of art and furnishings and the relaxed enjoyment of fine country living.

Current Biltmore licensees include Amarr Garage Doors, Anderson Hardwood Floors, Artaissance, Atlanta Cheesecake Company, Belk, Burton + Burton, Capel Rugs, Cottage Gardens, Cumberland Nurseries, ELK Lighting, Ellington Fans, Encore/Sarreid, Fisher Farms, Habersham, Habersham Feathers, Herter Nursery, HFI Brands, Indital USA Stair Parts, Larson-Juhl, Manual Woodworkers & Weavers, Michigan Evergreen Nursery, Moulding Associates, Inc., Netherland Bulb Co., Oriental Accent, Peace Tree Farm, Randolph's Greenhouses, Ridgeway Clock Company, ShadeTree Canopies, Southern Living House Plans, Unique Stone, Vita Food Products and Whitecraft.

To learn more about Biltmore's licensing division, visit

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