These pots crafted by hand in small batches for Cedar Creek Farmhouse. Each is one of a kind. These pots generally sell out rather quickly, but you can view previous collections:
Something about this style of color wash is reminiscent of sun-worn pueblos in an old Mexican village. This planter looks like a family heirloom that has been passed down from generation to generation. The wash is rough and distressed. This planter is short and stocky. The opening is nice and large on this one. Subtle signature stamp above the front left foot. Double scalloped. Matte/raw glazing.
Opening is about 5" in a loose rounded shape. This vessel stands at 4.5" tall (so wider than it is tall). Includes .75" feet.
Footed pot for air flow, wide drainage.