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Set of 4 Victorian J Stiff & Sons Terracotta Planters
Showing the lovely decorative detailing of the stone terracotta planters
Showing the Victorian terracotta planters seperated into their bowls and pedestals
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Showing the J Stiff and Sons makers mark of the Victorian Terracotta planters
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UKAA Buy and Sell Victorian Terracotta Planters

Set of 4 Victorian Terracotta Planters

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Ref: 7305

  • Set of 4 Victorian Terracotta Planters
    Made by J Stiff & Sons of Lambeth London
  • This is an excellent matching set of four antique terracotta planters made by the famous J Stiff & Sons of London. The planters have Lion's heads holding a drape detailing on the side of the bowls.
  • Circa 1890
  • The planters have an excellent patina and lovely weathering as shown in the photographs below
  • These are suitable for both indoors or outdoor use and would make an excellent garden feature.
  • They measure 13" Tall and 15 ¾" Wide
  • These have the odd rub mark and nick commensurate with age as you would expect, but they are very solid and secure.
  • The bowl and pedestal are seperate for safe transport as shown in the photographs below

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