As Adirondack as it gets! The vintage handmade Adirondack stick planter is probably 50 or 60 years old. Beautiful bark-on sticks form the four-leg base with cross bars and decorative corner pieces on all four sides. Bowl is made of thick boards in an octagonal design. Legs are doweled into the base of the bowl. Unfortunately, there is some rot and breakage to the wood bottom of the bowl, but it is still solid enough to hold a plant. Bark was attached to the outside of the bowl with pieces missing. Wood trim is attached to the top. Very weathered, the planter has probably spent a good part of its life outside on a porch. Stands 28 inches high and bowl is 12 inches in diameter. We bought this plant stand at an auction in the Adirondacks. It was filled with pinecones (included), which you can retain or remove and replace with a plant. Lovely accent piece for your rustic porch, and an authentic artifact of an Adirondack camp! Please note: Due to weight or size this item will incur additional shipping costs. Arrangements to be made upon purchase.
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