French planter with a zinc cachepot in the
style of Louis XVI and filled with tole foliage. It dates from the beginning of the 20th century and was found near Marseilles. Wear commensurate with age and use.
Named for a small village in Provence where
the unique style of pottery originated, this piece is crafted to look like an aged original. Crafted of Fiber Stone, in which sand and pebbles are cast into fiberglass to create the ...
A mossy green finish lends this planter the
look of a weathered antique. Crafted of Fiberstone, in which sand and pebbles are cast into fiberglass to create the appearance of aged stone, it weighs much less than stone and is ...