A large and early "Peanut Planter" designed by John Follis for Architectural Pottery circa 1952. The stunning bisque example comes with all the amazing patina you could ever imagine, and sits on the original sculpted walnut base. At just over 5 feet long, this long and low planter is an instant attention grabber, really unlike anything else out there. It's totally unique.
The planter shows lots a crazy patina, as seen in the photos. There is an old, smooth nickel-sized chip on the rim, and some very shallow chipping along the very bottom of the piece, which cannot be seen during use. Otherwise the planter is as solid as can be, without any cracks, and is ready for another 70 years of love.
Dimensions: 62.25ʺW × 15ʺD × 11.25ʺH
Condition Notes: Super solid and sturdy. Lots of beautiful cosmetic patina. Old nickel-sized chip on rim. Shallow chipping loss to very bottom of planter which cannot be seen during use. The middle piece of the stand (horizontal piece) was replaced with a spectacular piece of figured walnut, as the original piece was broken. The two wood side pieces are original.