The Anduze XVIITH Planter in Antica
The beauty of this historical planter traces its roots back to the 1600s. Gautier, an 18th century craftsman often accredited with the creation of the Anduze planter, often included lilies, horns of abundance and a centered cherub on his highly decorative and voluminous garlands. Since then, the Anduze planter has been a striking feature in prominent French landmarks, such as the gardens of Versailles, and the cities of Montpellier and Nice Côte d’Azur.
Our seventeenth century Anduze range is a replica of the very first Anduze planter attributed to Gautier. Finished in the sought-after Antica Patina, this striking planter is characterized by low rise drooping garlands, lions’ heads, as well as three rows of handmade clay threads running across its body. A lily is set in the hollow of each garland, paying homage to Gautier’s distinctive craftsmanship.
About the Antica patina
Hand-stressed and fired in the kiln to obtain an older aspect, this organic, natural finish is crafted for an authentic, antique beauty.
Sizes In Stock:
70 cm / 27.6 in