Nothing could be more appropriate than using a vintage cooking pot, long retired from the kitchen, as a planter in which to grow your own food. This galvanized-metal kettle is large enough to hold a vigorous shrub of rosemary, a compact tomato plant or even a dwarf fruit tree.
- Authentic found object, circa 1920s–1940s, originally used in central Europe as a stock pot.
- Galvanized metal displays attractive signs of age and wear.
- Sizes and details will vary slightly; each of these found, vintage items is unique.
- Planter does not have drainage holes.
- Approx. 12" diam., 13.5" high.
- From Central Europe; country of manufacture is unknown.
- A Williams-Sonoma exclusive.