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La Gardo Tackett Architectural Pottery Planter, 1960's

$2,000

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California design natural bisque clay with tripod iron base normal wear / patina consistent with age no chips or cracks, rings like a bell small water drain holes, can easily be sealed for indoor use great for a plants new home planter by itself is 7.5"h

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