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Excellent Pre-Owned Condition. Faux Florals Not Included. Pickup in Olathe. No Holds.
Note: Faux Florals Not Included.
This Floraline beauty belonged to my mom who passed it onto to me and it’s time for me to pass it on to another, might that be you? I had it displayed at one time as a group décor piece with other earthenware planters. It has never held a live plant, so the interior is pristine and there is no drainage hole. Did you know that Floraline made its debut in 1960? The official name of the line was Roseville Floraline but most people know it simply by Floraline. Nelson McCoy’s idea was to create a line of pottery that would be sold directly to the florist trade or individual florist shops. He envisioned simple forms with classic lines in solid eye pleasing colors that would accentuate the floral designs that would be placed in them rather than detract from them. The makers mark on the bottom of this planter is the original Floraline mark under McCoy ownership. In 1967, the Mount Clemens Pottery Company purchased the Nelson McCoy Pottery and a second mark was used during this period. The third and final mark was used during the Lancaster Colony ownership period, which began in 1974.In pristine condition, it measures 6½” x 6” H/D; base diameter 4¼”; weight 2.2 lbs.; medium is earthenware in a matte finish with simple sophisticated ribbing done in a “goes-with-everything” smoky mushroom hue. Note: Faux florals not included.
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