This low profile Frank Lloyd Wright garden planter has unusual architectural details and is a renowned reproduction . This Fredrick C Robie house in Chicago is an iconic prairie design. With it's shallow body, supported by a square pedestal for stability and it's wide square lip opening this planter is one of the most best selling pieces of this collection. Sitting on a pillar, next to a entryway or on a garden patio, this container adds an artistic touch along with functionality. Fill with colorful flowers or any plant materials that have a shallow root system and this container comes alive.
$899.99 - $2,396.00
These contemporary reconstituted stone containers are hand cast using a dry mix technique that incorporates concrete. Used in Europe for centuries, dry cast stone has proven itself to be durable & high quality pottery. All Frank Lloyd Wright planters are created with proprietary cast stone ingredients. You can enjoy these stone garden planters for a lifetime.
This urn, the oldest of Wright's stone vase designs, was for his own home. Oak Park Residence, Oak Park, Illinois 1889.A reproduction of the prairie style vase from Wright's most important designs. Chicago Illinois, 1908. Each piece of pottery is authorized by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona and has been developed with the cooperation of the Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Foundations and the Robie House Museum Properties of the National Trust for historic preservation.
- Made in America
- Dry Mix Sandstone
- With or Without Drain Hole
- Special Order Item and Not Returnable