Dana House 1902
Product ID# NB102
Our Dana House Planter has many wonderful features. The wide shallow bowl sits on a short square pedestal base which gives it stability and added beauty. Simple in design yet has a extra wide flat rim around the opening that gives it a finished or polished look. Fill with colorful flowers, a palm or shrub and display on a pedestal, garden fence or patio area and/or display like a piece of art. Residential & Commercial.
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.
The original vase was 67" in diameter and very prominent on Lawrence Avenue fronting the Dana House. This 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. A portion of the sales of these planters supports the conservation and education programs of these institutions. Each planter comes with a small authentication plaque attached.
- Made in America
- Dry Mix Sandstone
- With or Without Drain Hole
- Special Order Item and Not Returnable
- Color Samples Available
- Architectural Drawings Available
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