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Thomas Sergent Majolica Great Tit Flower Pot
By Thomas Victor Sergent
Located in Chelmsford, Essex
Thomas Sergent French Majolica flower pot which features a great tit (bird) sat in front of a tree stump. Oak leaves either side. Colouration: green, blue, yellow, are predominant. T...
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Antique 1870s French Planters, Cachepots and Jardinières

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Majolica

  • Thomas Sergent Majolica Great Tit Flower Pot
  • Thomas Sergent Majolica Great Tit Flower Pot
  • Thomas Sergent Majolica Great Tit Flower Pot
  • Thomas Sergent Majolica Great Tit Flower Pot
H 4.30 in. W 7.10 in. D 5.50 in.
Minton Majolica Nautilus Shell Flower Pot
By Minton
Located in Chelmsford, Essex
Minton Majolica flower pot (jardiniere) which features a nautilus shell on a coral-like base which is draped in seaweed. Colouration: turquoise, green, magenta, are predominant. The ...
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Antique 1870s English Victorian Planters, Cachepots and Jardinières

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Majolica

  • Minton Majolica Nautilus Shell Flower Pot
  • Minton Majolica Nautilus Shell Flower Pot
  • Minton Majolica Nautilus Shell Flower Pot
  • Minton Majolica Nautilus Shell Flower Pot
H 18.400 in. W 19.100 in. D 14.600 in.
Antique French Majolica Pair Cache Pot Planter Flower Pot Jardiniere Vase c 1900
Located in Tyler, TX
Gorgeous Pair Antique French Majolica Cache Pots, Planters, Jardinieres, Flower Pots or Vases~~c. 1900 Authentic French majolica planters or cache pots~~vibrant colors of teal, br...
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Antique Early 1900s French Art Nouveau Pottery

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Pottery

Antique French Majolica Cache Pot Planter Flower Pot Jardiniere Vase c1900 Rams
Located in Tyler, TX
Gorgeous Antique French Majolica Footed Cache Pot, Planter, Jardiniere, Flower Pot or Vase~~c. 1900 Authentic French majolica planter or cache pot~~vibrant colors of teal, brown, ...
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Antique Early 1900s French Art Nouveau Pottery

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Pottery

Rare French Majolica Cache Pot with Purple Flowers Onnaing, circa 1890
By Onnaing
Located in Austin, TX
Rare French Majolica cachepot with purple flowers signed Onnaing, circa 1890.
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Antique 1890s French Art Nouveau Planters, Cachepots and Jardinières

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Ceramic, Faience

Set of Three Majolica Pots with Flowers Fives Lille Circa 1890
By Fives-Lille
Located in Austin, TX
Set of three Majolica small pots canisters with flowers Fives Lille Circa 1890. Measures: H / 3" D 3" H / 2.3" D 2.3" H / 1.7" D 1.7".
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Antique 1890s French Art Nouveau Decorative Bowls

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Ceramic

Austrian Art Nouveau Cachepot Majoica Flower Pot/planter
Located in Boca Raton, FL
Beautiful Art Nouveau Austrian Shitz Cilli polychrome majolica planter
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Early 20th Century Austrian Art Nouveau Planters and Jardinieres

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Majolica

Large 19th Century French Hand-Painted Round Barbotine Cache Pot with Flowers
Located in Dallas, TX
Decorate a tabletop or mantel with this colorful, antique Majolica vase from France. Sculpted, circa 1880, this planter is decorated in a vivid blue, green, pink and white color pale...
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Antique Late 19th Century French Planters, Cachepots and Jardinières

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Majolica

19th Century French Hand-Painted Barbotine Cache Pot with Flowers from Montigny
Located in Dallas, TX
This beautiful, hand-painted majolica planter was sculpted in Montigny sur Loing, France, circa 1870. This colorful brown and yellow cache pot has a traditional, textured weave desig...
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Antique Late 19th Century French Planters, Cachepots and Jardinières

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Ceramic, Majolica

19th Century French Hand-Painted Barbotine Flower Cache Pot with Bronze Mounts
Located in Dallas, TX
Embellish your home with this elegant antique, hand-painted Majolica planter from Montigny sur Loing, France. Sculpted circa 1860, the ornate jardinière sits on a bronze base embelli...
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Antique Mid-19th Century French Planters, Cachepots and Jardinières

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Bronze

Late 19th Century Majolica Planter / Flower Pot Made Barbotine France
By Barbotine
Located in Casteren, Noord-Brabant
Cute little planter, made of glazed ceramic from the French maker Barbotine. Marked on the bottom with the blind mark from Barbotine. The planter is nicely decorated with lilies of t...
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Antique 1890s French Art Nouveau Planters, Cachepots and Jardinières

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Ceramic

Pair of 19th Century French Hand-Painted Barbotine Cache Pots with Flower Motifs
Located in Dallas, TX
Decorate a mantel (fireplace) or buffet with this colorful pair of antique Majolica vases. The two, ornate, sculptural pots sit on small feet and feature decorative handles on either...
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Antique Late 19th Century French Planters, Cachepots and Jardinières

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Ceramic, Majolica

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Majolica Flower Pot For Sale on 1stDibs

With a vast inventory of beautiful furniture at 1stDibs, we’ve got just the majolica flower pot you’re looking for. Frequently made of ceramic, earthenware and majolica, every majolica flower pot was constructed with great care. You’ve searched high and low for the perfect majolica flower pot — we have versions that date back to the 19th Century alongside those produced as recently as the 20th Century are available. A majolica flower pot is a generally popular piece of furniture, but those created in Art Nouveau and Victorian styles are sought with frequency. Fives-Lille, Minton and Onnaing each produced at least one beautiful majolica flower pot that is worth considering.

How Much is a Majolica Flower Pot?

A majolica flower pot can differ in price owing to various characteristics — the average selling price 1stDibs is $950, while the lowest priced sells for $350 and the highest can go for as much as $8,398.

Finding the Right Decorative Objects for You

Every time you move into a house or an apartment — or endeavor to refresh the home you’ve lived in for years — life for that space begins anew. The right home accent, be it the simple placement of a decorative bowl on a shelf or a ceramic vase for fresh flowers, can transform an area from drab to spectacular. But with so many materials and items to choose from, it’s easy to get lost in the process. The key to styling with decorative objects is to work toward making a happy home that best reflects your personal style. 

Ceramics are a versatile addition to any home. If you’ve amassed an assortment of functional pottery over the years, think of your mugs and salad bowls as decorative objects, ideal for displaying in a glass cabinet. Vintage ceramic serveware can pop along white open shelving in your dining area, while large stoneware pitchers paired with woven baskets or quilts in an open cupboard can introduce a rustic farmhouse-style element to your den.

Translucent decorative boxes or bowls made of an acrylic plastic called Lucite — a game changer in furniture that’s easy to clean and lasts long — are modern accents that are neutral enough to dress up a coffee table or desktop without cluttering it. If you’re showcasing pieces from the past, a vintage jewelry box for displaying your treasures can spark conversation. Where is the jewelry box from? Is there a story behind it?

Abstract sculptures or an antique vessel for your home library can draw attention to your book collection and add narrative charm to the most appropriate of corners. There’s more than one way to style your bookcases, and decorative objects add a provocative dynamic. “I love magnifying glasses,” says Alex Assouline, global vice president of luxury publisher Assouline, of adding one’s cherished objects to a home library. “They are both useful and decorative. Objects really elevate libraries and can also make them more personal.”

To help with personalizing your space and truly making it your own, find an extraordinary collection of decorative objects on 1stDibs.

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