Pair of Terracotta Garden Planters

A large pair of particularly charming hand thrown terracotta pots from a garden by Gertrude Jekyll in Gloucestershire, probably produced by Compton Pottery in Surrey (although unstamped). Very similar in shape to Jekyll’s well know “celtic” pot design, with two handles either side and holes in the bottom for drainage. English, circa 1900

Gertrude Jekyll was a prominent British Horticulturist collaborating with Edwin Lutyens on many gardens for many of his Arts & Crafts house. 

  • Max Height: 430mm / 17"
  • Max Width: 520 mm / 20½"