A decorative cylindrical pot or box shaped container, for household plants, usually on legs, and sometimes with a cover, to conceal the trough when not being used as a planter. Victorian examples can be quite ornate with fancy veneers, gilt metal mounts and cabriole legs. Edwardian and later examples tend to be more austere,
A cherrywood planter in the Empire style, the straight sided oval planter with a low pierced brass gallery, raised on a pair of slightly shaped pillars decorated with swagged brass mounts to the capitals and bases, and supported on a shaped plinth. Height
A Louis XV style walnut planter box, circa 1900, rectangular with a removable copper lining, above a serpentine apron over a shaped undertier, with partially chamfered and elegantly slender cabriole legs with sabots. Height 77 cm. Width 92.5 cm. Depth 27.5
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