Royal Windsor Planter - Vintage 1950's Pedestal Vase in Grey
This is where your kitchen herbs can live or where your succulents can show themselves off. Either option proves elegant with this vintage 1950's Royal Windsor pedestal planter.
Made in the 1950's by Royal Windsor, part of the Spaulding Pottery Company based in Sebring Ohio, this planter came in a few different color pattern varieties including pink and lime, green and lime, beige and pink and beige and lime. Known for their fine craftsmanship and sophisticated style the Royal Windsor line accounted for only 15% of Spauldings product line making planters like this one a little bit more difficult to find. It's elephant gray exterior and ballet pink interior also makes it a little bit more unusual.
- pedestal design
- elephant gray/ballet pink color combination
- ideal size for a windowsill
- stamped on the bottom with the Royal Windsor mark
- Made in the U.S.A.
Crazing on bottom of base. Three small pitted chip spots (less than 1/8th of an inch in size on one side of the vase near the bottom). Please see photos.
Measures 8" inches (length) x 4" inches (width) x 4" inches (height).
In addition to being a marvelous planter, this beauty also serves as a great centerpiece holder for flowers or fruit or anything else you want to pile up and display.