19th Century Buff Terracotta Planter
A 19th Century buff terracotta planter attributed to Doulton or possibly Garnkirk.
A good size planter in one solid piece with a hole in the base to allow for planting. Whilst it has seen better days, it is of good size and a great example of the pale-straw colour associated with buff terracotta.
Free local delivery.
Would reccomend planting up with Geraniums, Pelargoniums or Camellia. The bold, colourful flowers would contrast with the light clay and the sprawling leaves would work with the heavily decorated rim.
For easy to handle pieces, I am able to offer free local delivery. For larger items, delivery can be arranged for a small fee.
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