These Spanish antique terracotta planters are awe-inspiring. Two rather large planters at just under 3 feet in height and diameter, covered in a smooth blueish grey glaze chipped away in some areas giving them the attention grabbing character embodied by rare, fine antiques. Crafted in Gerone, Spain circa 1900, the light shade of terracotta showing through is reminiscent of the Spanish desert country side, cooled by soft blue glaze and a patina of age and use. These planters, at over a century old, are strong and with care will easily last another 100 years, keeping in sight an age of Spanish pottery excellence that evolved long ago. These planters elicit a response of joy from terracotta lovers, and will be a cherished antique for your home or garden.