Square flower planter with a cream exterior and a coral interior glaze. Bottom stamped "GMB" and has a partial Catalina label. Catalina Island Pottery was produced on the California island until 1936 when the native red clay supply became scarce. The firm was approached by LA's Gladding, McBean Company and a deal was struck giving it the rights to produce Catalina Pottery (using original molds) and distribute it as Catalina Pottery by Gladding, McBean Company. The contract expired in 1943.