This post is part of Vintage Thingies Thursday, sponsored by Lisa, the Apron Queen.
I have shared some planters previously, here and here, but thought I’d share once a bit more today. I had also shown some shell-shaped items before in this post.
Many potteries designed and produced ceramic planters and in a great variety of patterns and colors. It is really fun to realize how many different shapes were used for planters – baby shoes, bunnies and other animals, flowers, cacti, and sea shells.
The first two planters for today’s VTT post are shaped like nautilus shells. These planters are about 4" tall by 7 ½" long. They have no markings as to manufacturer or pattern name or country of origin. However, they are most likely American products.
This yellow double shell shell planter is relatively small at only 3" tall by 7" long
It still makes a pleasing presentation for whatever you might plant or display in it.
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