Three Small Biomorphic Planters Designed by Willy Guhl
We love the Taco-Shell form of these planters that were made in two sizes by Eternit and designed by the iconic Willy Guhl in the 1960s. These are the smaller of the two sizes, although we also have four of the larger ones available as well (Stock # CPL 1114). Two of these planters feature a lightly-weathered surface and constitute a pair, and the third is more weathered and has some chippy white paint on the exterior. In outstanding structural condition with no breaks, chips or repairs, these planters would be beautiful in the center of a table potted up with mounded moss for a Zen look or with colorful annuals for a festive occasion. Made of fiber cement, a lightweight and very durable material, they can be left outside in all weather, but we do recommend either bringing them inside in harsh climates or at least emptying them and turning the upside-down with their drain holes open. Priced and sold individually.
Switzerland, CA 1970s
H: 10 in Diameter: 20.5 in Base Diameter: 7 in
Ref: CPL 1161 A, B, C