This 1950s midcentury-style teak standing planter looks to be a nice potential addition to a '50s-style home – and for a modest outlay right now.
Designed for adding some plants to your living space with a touch of style (although there are other uses for it), it's made of 'teak-faced plywood' according to the seller, with a black inter and black angled legs, which have self levelling 'glider' feet. The whole thing measures around 79cm across and stands around 55cm high. The legs also come off, should you want to use the planter on a ledge (or for easier transportation).
It's listed as being in 'lovely condition for age' and has just been re-oiled, so 'no cracks or chips'. More images and details on the listing, with the price right now at £19.99.
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