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    Posted 10 years ago

    ho2cultcha
    (4853 items)

    the red one is obviously much older than the yellow one, but i like them both alot. i've been collecting interesting pots for planting in for many years, but have found quite a few beauties in the last two years.

    some more photos for the imaginary 'garden category'....

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    1. CollectorsWeeklyStaff CollectorsWeeklyStaff, 10 years ago
      ho2cultcha - love your garden items!

      We are always trying to add new categories, though it can be a slow process. Planters/jardinieres is on the list, but if you think of others you'd like to see on the site, on a category page (like Art Pottery http://www.collectorsweekly.com/art-pottery/overview), scroll down to the bottom of the left-hand menu and click "suggest a category."

      Hunter
    2. ho2cultcha ho2cultcha, 10 years ago
      i just realized that there's no scale for the photo of these pots. they are very large each holds about 16-20 gallons of soil. the one on the left is a very old mission-style pot - high-fire terracotta - and the one on the right is a very nicely used low-fired one from the 70s. great patina on both.

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