This un-glazed stoneware planter from noted artist David Cressey is 15.5 inches tall and 16.25 inches in diameter. The shape resembles other pieces from Cressey, a sleek architectural cylinder to blend well with its surroundings indoors or out. The un-glazed natural earth tone clay is something collectors have seen from Cressey before with the Earthgender pottery of the early 1970’s, and the slightly imperfect shape tells of its handmade history. David Cressey, as an innovator of garden art has produced pottery that is ever increasing in value. His work is known to fetch much greater then appraised value in auction. Interior decorators and garden landscapers use Cressey planters because they are beautiful, creative and ever increasingly rare.
Stephen Block’s passion for rare antique, modern and vintage art for the garden has lead him around the world in search of intriguing items to fill your home and accent your landscape. The Inner Gardens showrooms in Malibu and Culver City, California are home to many of these stunning planters and garden accents. Items chosen for their rare beauty and patina, some items date back to the 17th century.