This is a very decorative cast iron planter made by the second half of the 19th century, directly inspired of the Louis XV Rococo era more or less a century earlier and originally coming from Dijon in Burgundy (We would strongly advise you to google the name of the city Dijon to see some beautiful pictures of the this city in the heart of the wine region.). This lovely scrolled piece is adorably accented with foliage and grape patterns typical from the area. There is no bottom to allow the plant or small tree to grow directly inside the planter. Note this item is pretty heavy and we would recommend you to come pick it up directly instead of having it shipped. Circa date 1860-1870. Dimensions 15"high/ 16"wide/ 16"deep.
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