Set of 7 stackable planters designed by Willy Guhl and manufactured by Eternit AG, Switzerland 1960. These 7 planters can be stacked or used seperately, anyway hard to find in this large amount. Very nicely shaped, like a boat. The planters are made of cellulose infused fiber cement. Would look highly decorative in a mid century modern garden. We have a big selection of garden furniture and elements, have a look at the rest.
Please note that this is an outdoor item made of natural products and there can be small damages or hairline cracks in the material. They will never be that big that it infects the beauty, stabillity or functionality. But they can be there, please keep that in mind.
Cellulose infused fiber cement
Holland / Belgium:
150 - 250
250 - 450
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