Pomona Fountain

Pomona Fountain

A Plaza Courtyard is the setting of Pomona, the Roman Goddess, and protector of vineyards and orchards. This fountain was imported from Italy and installed in 1969. The life-size bronze figure of Pomona is elevated on a shallow saucer, which rests upon a polished marble pedestal.

The pedestal sits in the center of the reflecting basin of red stone. A water curtain cascades from the bowl into the pool. Additional water shoots from spray rings in the basin that is lighted at night. A marble original stands in the King’s palace in Bangkok, Thailand.


Country Club Plaza, 320 Ward Parkway, Kansas City, MO

Designer / Artist

Donatello Gabrielli; Cast by Marinell Studios




Country Club Plaza KC Partners, LLC

Each side of the obelisk is marked with a metal star, except the west face which has the War Mothers’ emblem and the the years 1917 and 1918 inscribed. The south face has a blue star that is dedicated to those who served, the east face has a gold star symbolizing those who died in the war and the north face has a white star for those who were wounded. Each of the starred sides also has a military saber inscribed on the face underneath the star. On each side of the obelisk at the top is an eagle carved into the stone.

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