The Bagatelle is a round garden arch aptly named Bagatelle in memory of that most beautiful of all French Rosariums once owned by Sir John Murray Scott.
Erect several along a path creating a superb pergola effect or singly leading to a focal point such as a statue, fountain, bench or piece of art. Generously proportioned in width and height "Bagatelle" leaves enough room for that splendid, sumptuous canopy of color and fragrance climbing roses display in early summer.
Structure made from 1.5 cm (0.59") steel tubing and steel bands. Hot-dip galvanized and powder coated black. Arch must be secured to the ground using steel anchors in concrete. Eight galvanized steel anchors are provided. Heavy steel bands and steel tubing are welded together and subsequently galvanized by hot-dip at 860 degrees Fahrenheit. Such galvanization is also effect in the rust-prone welded areas and inside the tubing.
The structures are powder coated at 392 degrees Fahrenheit. At this temperature the color and the sand-brushed galvanized surface fuse to create an extremely weather resistant surface.
Manufactured so that very little assembly is required. Three widths available.
Technical Drawing 5'3" Bagatelle
Technical Drawing 5'11" Bagatelle
Technical Drawing 6'7" Bagatelle