These pots can be found at the New York Public Library, the rooftops of Rockefeller Center, the streets of SoHo, the Morgan Library, and The New York Botanical Garden.
And without further ado... the Fabulous Atlanta Market find #7.
A lattice urn, whether displayed with or without its lid, adds a touch of french formality to a terrace or garden walkway. [without top] 18"h x 13.5"w $320 …. with top $380 and 22" high.
Add a touch of European formality to your garden with wonderful-to-work-with lattice planters. available in square and rectangular shapes. 20"h x 17"w x 17"d $600 or call / email for prices on larger size or rectangle ones.
The Lion planter was cast from a Coe family lead original, and is an art form in any garden. Handsome with a wide top opening that excels as a foliage enhancer. its four round "feet" provide excellent drainage making it even more interesting to look at. 26"h x 24"w [21"w at base] $900
The classic urn compliments any architectural style and can be used as an accent piece on steps leading into a terrace or flanking a front door. 23"h x 15"w $250 , 28"h x 23"w $400, 34"h x 28"w $750
A true classic. the garland-enhanced round planter has a sea shell motif along its base. wonderful when filled with flowering plants on either side of a doorway. 16"h x 20"w $200 ... a comes in 6 larger sizes.
Olive jars and olive pots have been used for centuries in Mediterranean countries to marinate their olives by rolling these jars up and down hills. this exotic replica was sourced in Maine and its lovely shape makes a visual impression wherever it is placed. 19"h x 21"w $380
This planter is a staple. perfect for a garden, deck or home interior. both its size and simple design make it extremely functional and one to own in multiples. 21"h x 18"w x 18"d $500
This small squat urn has the affinity of iron age British pottery and is perfectly sized to contain potted commercial flowers [5" pot inserts into well], freshly planted bulbs, or an arrangement of fresh flowers. for indoor and outdoor use. small 8"h x 10"w $150 , medium 13.5"h x 22"w $300
During the Elizabethan period, house designs (often tudors) became balanced and symmetrical with “e” and “h” shapes common – a possible tribute to Elizabeth and Henry viii. this garden container is reflective of that style and such a beautiful accent to any garden. use it to create the atmosphere of an outdoor room or to mark the straight-line areas of your garden. 20”h x 20”w x 20”d $650
With its truly distinctive sword head design; this planter is a true conversation piece in any garden area. an all around good pot for fruit trees and topiaries and its base has plenty of room for flowers and vines. easy to use and easy to maintain. 16.5"h x 27"w $450
The Ram abattoire head was copied from a carved wood original found outside a butcher shop in an Austrian ski village. Useful for hanging leashes or hats….also look great in kitchens or on barn doors. 9"h x 9"w x 8"d ….$150
Lastly, for everyone who lives in a cold part of the country - these will not crack or split! Perfect for the Kennebunkport, Nantucket, Bar Harbor or Cape Cod winter house... just leave them on the porch all year!
Need one, want one? Call or email me.