1 Gallon Tudor Pot

created by

Michael Gentilucci

$72.00

Michael Gentilucci created by

Michael Gentilucci

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Hey, Big Planter

House your lushest greenery in prime medieval style with this mock Tudor pot. Stoneware designer Michael Gentilucci crafts signature garden accessories using basic materials and techniques perfected centuries ago, and his latest creation will bring a little history to a room, patio, or greenhouse. With enough space to house a team of perennials or a larger shrubbery, this classic planter is a perfect gift for the friend whose thumb couldn't get any greener. Made in the U.S.A. from cement, pigment, sand, and water.

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Michael Gentilucci

created by

Michael Gentilucci

location

California

The messages conveyed by Michael and Alisa Gentilucci's garden sculptures are often written, sometimes implied, and occasionally profound. They can evoke a smile, remove life's pressures for a few moments, and remind us of who we are and what we live for. The sculptures' designs have a spiritually reverberating quality combined with expressive and amusing dimensions.

Handmade

Made in the USA

Made from
sand, water, cement, pigment
Measurements
8" H x 12" dia., 18 lbs.
Notes
Tudor Pot is plumbed for direct planting.
Pot Feet not included.
Care: Rinse clean.
Item ID
24615
 
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within 8 days, arriving no later than the 9th business day after the order was placed.
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