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,
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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
A French late 19th century Louis XV style kingwood table jardiniere, the shaped rectangular top with cast bronze foliate edge and pierced gallery with a removable tray top enclosing a later lined interior above a shaped frieze with a central oval porcelain
A French 18th century Louis XVI mahogany jardiniere, the rectangular open top with removable copper liner with pierced baluster gallery surround and square handles, the frieze flanked to each angle by a fluted pilaster, on tapering fluted turned legs and c
A Victorian black japanned and parcel gilt decorated jardiniere of serpentine oval form and decorated with polychrome sprays of flowers with gilt heightening and mother of pearl inlay, with removable metal liner, 69 cm wide, 43 cm deep, 24 cm high
A Louis XVI style gilt and composition console table, French, late 19th century, the white and grey veined shaped marble top covering a recessed jardiniere above an egg and dart and fluted frieze with a central floral crest with a pair of putti, raised on
Ebony and amboyna standing jardiniere with a flat amboyna top, two small loop ormolu handles, a copper lined plant box, turned baluster shaped ebonised legs and an 'X' stretcher with a centre amboyna panel
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