HMS Prince of Wales 1757 Planter
The original of the HMS Prince of Wales 1757 Planter was cast in Portsmouth by the Royal Navy to commemorate their victory over the French at the battle of Plessy. The design depicts ships¸ mermaids and starfish¸ and is dated 1757. Unfortunately, the Prince of Wales sank in 1757 near Boulogne on a voyage from London to Lisbon, Portugal. This planter is a useful addition to any roof terrace, garden or perhaps a balcony overlooking the ocean. Great for framing entrances, gateways, accenting patio and deck corners with displays of ivy, ferns, shrubs, small trees or other topiary arrangements.
Meticulously hand cast and hand finished patina in extremely durable marine grade freeze proof fiberglass. Strong, reinforced fiberglass but quite light weight. Guaranteed outdoor durability.
Shown in Antique English Lead (AEL) and Faux Lead Finish (FLN) this planter is available in the colors shown in the chart below. Make your choice by selecting your finish in the finish/colors options list by the "Add to Cart" button. Finishes are hand applied and may vary, making each piece unique.
This design is also available in special custom finishes, Call HenFeathers 610 649 4078 for more information.
20.1" Dia. x 18.1" H
The HMS Prince of Wales 1757 Planter is great for framing entrances.