Bisque style Malcom Leland planters in vintage condition similar to the artists item LT-15 made by Architectural Pottery. These tow charming cylinders with curved bases are just over 14 inches in diameter and height. Designed for Architectural pottery by one the the most talented ceramic artist of the last 80 years. When considering all the Major contributions Leland has made by way of massively large sculptures and architectural design it becomes clear that these two chic little planters can be cherished not only as a vessel for your lovely plants but also as art from a renowned master craftsman. These modern contemporary planters were born of the modernist movement of Los Angles in the 1950’s and while in good condition have a patina, evident of years of use. Only a couple decades shy of becoming an interior garden antique and increasingly rare.