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Vintage

Early-20th-C. Cast Iron Planter

Stephen Antonson

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Early-20th-C. Cast Iron Planter
Early-20th-C. Cast Iron Planter
Early-20th-C. Cast Iron Planter

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Product Information

Condition:
Vintage, antique, or gently used
Damages:
some oxidation
Made of:
cast iron
Dimensions:
7''H x 8''Dia
Color/Finish:
black

Why We Love This

Early-20th-century cast iron planter. Interesting shape.

Plaster of paris is artist Stephen Antonson’s current medium of choice and the material from which he creates furniture, lighting, and accessories--an aesthetic dubbed "white magic" by Architectural Digest. With a client list that includes David Collins, Peter Marino, David Mann, Miles Redd, Victoria Hagan, and Michael Smith, Antonson creates handcrafted collections represented by Dessin Fournir and Jasper. A featured artisan for West Elm, he grabbed headlines with his line of mirrors, lamps, and candlesticks. He is debuting a second collection this month.