Rare 19th.c Hudson Valley Planter
Attention gardeners…a rare find! Found in an antiques shop in upstate New York, this wonderful old crock was actually made to be a planter! It has an “attached” dish for a base, and poked holes at the base of the crock portion for drainage. It’s neutral-hued salt glaze fits beautifully in any decor. It is an honest piece that is quite substantial, and can truly hold and feature a larger plant. I’ve never seen another one like it…Love.
10.5”H x 11.5”W
Hand Thrown clay pot with salt glaze exterior.
Antique – 19th c.
Made in New England or New York
Only 1 available
Out of stock