Antique Pots | Planters

Fireside Antiques offers antique garden planters, antique pots and urns. We source many of our antique planters on buying trips to England and France.  Here, you will find a vast selection of French and English 19th Century antique pots.

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  • Antique Smelting Pot

    $2,700.00

    22.25"H x 20.63"W x 20.63"D

    Dimensions: 22 ¼” H x 20 ⅝” W x 20 ⅝” D

    This large antique smelting pot was used for glass blowing and is a great example of industrial art. It is an object that was made to serve a purpose that has turned into something amazing by industrial processes and time. Its unique design and fabulous patina make this piece perfect for collectors, designers, and lovers of the unusual. Very tactile and showcasing a gorgeous vivid green in its patina, this unique pot is enormous and heavily worn. It has a modern sensibility, provincial construction, and would add warmth and history to any space. Be sure to view the detailed images for a closer look at this amazing piece.

  • Antique Smelting Pot

    $2,700.00

    20.38"H x 20.75"W x 20.75"D

    Dimensions: 20 ⅜”H x 20 ¾” W x 20 ¾” D

    This large antique smelting pot was used for glass blowing and is a great example of industrial art. It is an object that was made to serve a purpose that has turned into something amazing by industrial processes and time. Its unique design and fabulous patina make this piece perfect for collectors, designers, and lovers of the unusual. Very tactile and showcasing a gorgeous vivid green in its patina, this unique pot is enormous and heavily worn. It has a modern sensibility, provincial construction, and would add warmth and history to any space. Be sure to view the detailed images for a closer look at this amazing piece.

  • Set of 4 19th Century Iron Garden Urns

    $6,995.00

    26.25"H x "W x 19.75"D

    Dimensions: 26-¼”H x 19-¾”Diameter

    A fantastic set of four iron garden planters from France crafted during the 19th Century. Wonderfully patinated from decades of outdoor exposure and weathering, they add so much character to any space. The basin opening measures 13” diameter and 16-¼” deep. The planter base measures 10-⅛” square . Make sure to view all of the photographs oto get a closer look at this great set of planters. Sold as a set only. Circa 1870.

  • English 19th Century Pair of Stone Planters

    $3,995.00

    20.25"H x "W x 21.50"D

    Dimensions: 20-¼”H x 21-½”Diameter

    Crafted in England during the 19th century, this pair of stone planters are sure to add the perfect touch of antique charm to your outdoor space. The basin opening measurements are 11-½”“diameter and 10“ deep. The base measures 13-¾” square. Remnants of moss still cling to the exterior and add to the wonderful patina they have gained from decades of outdoor use and weathering. The basins are removable for their bases via mortise and tenon joinery through the center of the basin. They are quite fragile and have already gone through some restoration to insure their lasting durability- a metal wire secures one such repair around the mouth of the basin. Make sure to check out all of the photographs to get a closer look at this wonderful pair of planters.

  • English 19th Century Terracotta Urn

    $1,365.00

    25.13"H x 17"W x 15.75"D

    Dimensions: 25-⅛”H x 17”W x 15-¾”D

    A beautiful unglazed terracotta urn from England, circa 1860. It has gained a great patina from years of exposure, giving it a unique texture and fleck of color. A pair of shaped handles attach within a freeze of stylized leaves and olives. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer view.

  • English 19th Century Terracotta Urn

    $1,365.00

    28.13"H x "W x 17"D

    Dimensions: 28-⅛”H x 17”Diameter

    A beautiful unglazed terracotta urn from England, circa 1860. It has gained a great patina from years of exposure, giving it a unique texture and fleck of color. A pair of shaped handles attach within a freeze of stylized leaves and olives. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer view.

  • English 19th Century Terracotta Urn

    $1,365.00

    28.13"H x "W x 17"D

    Dimensions: 28-⅛”H x 17”Diameter

    A beautiful unglazed terracotta urn from England, circa 1860. It has gained a great patina from years of exposure, giving it a unique texture and fleck of color. A pair of shaped handles attach within a freeze of stylized leaves and olives. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer view.

  • English 19th Century Heavy Terracotta Planters

    $2,995.00

    16.63"H x "W x 22.75"D

    Dimensions: 16-⅝”H x 22-¾”Diameter

    A handsome pair of heavy terracotta planters from 19th century England. Decades of weather exposure have given them a fascinating patina and variation in color. Holes for avoiding water collection are present. The interior measures 16” diameter and 12-½” deep. Make sure to scroll through the detailed images.

  • English Pair of Vintage Stone Planters

    $550.00

    10"H x "W x 12.25"D

    Dimensions: 10”H x 12-¼”Diameter

    A pair of vintage stone planters from England with floral and leaf designs encompassing their exterior. They have gained an excellent patina from decades of outdoor exposure. Drainage holes for water are present. The interior measures 9” diameter and 8” deep. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look at the slight variations in the stones ware.

  • English 19th Century Stone Planter

    $2,200.00

    26.25"H x "W x 22.25"D

    Dimensions: 26-¼”H x 22-¼”Diameter

    A delightful stone planter with an abundance of folate motifs and gargoyle faces. Water drainage hole is present. Basin is removable from the pedestal. Square base measures 12”x12”. Years of exposure to the elements have given it a great patina. Make sure to scroll through to detailed images for a closer look at the decorative designs and current condition. Opening is 16-⅛” diameter x 13-¾” deep.

  • English Pair of Vintage Stone Planters

    $1,550.00

    9.75"H x "W x 17.50"D

    Dimensions: 9-¾”H x 17-½”D

    Drawing on classically inspired motifs, this pair of planters showcase Greek key borders and grape vine designs. Years of outdoor exposure have given them a fascinating patina. The bottoms feature holes for water drainage. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look. Sold as a pair only.

  • English 19th Century Stone Urn

    $2,895.00

    26.75"H x "W x 27"D

    Dimensions: 26-¾”H x 27”Diameter

    A stately stone pedestal planter from 19th century England. Ornamented with lion faces which connect with laurel swags. Holes for water drainage are present as well as a large screw for support. The top lifts from the base. It has gained a fantastic natural patina from over 140 years in the elements, circa 1880. Make sure to scroll through the detailed images to get a closer look. Opening is 21-½” diameter x 12-¼” deep.

  • English Pair of 19th Century Stone Planters

    $5,550.00

    22.50"H x "W x 22"D

    Dimensions: 22-½”H x 22”Diameter

    A wonderful pair of stone planters from 19th century England. Classically shaped with drainage holes, they are a smart addition to any outdoor space. Opening is 12” diameter x 19-½”deep. They have gained a great natural patina from years of outdoor exposure. Make sure to view the detailed images to notice the slight variations in this matching pair. Sold as a pair only.

  • French Painted Cast Iron Garden Urn

    $1,295.00

    14"H x 21.50"W x "D

    Dimensions: 14”H x 21-½”Diameter 

    This vintage French painted urn is the perfect way to add a touch of authentic charm to your garden. Crafted from cast iron with layers of intricate motifs- it has gained a fantastic patina over the years. Perfect as a decorative object are as a planter- a hole for drainage is present. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look at the lovely details and current condition. 

  • Vintage Willy Guhl Planter

    $2,500.00

    10"H x "W x 31.13"D

    Dimensions: 10”H x 31-⅛”Diameter

    This planter was designed by Willy Guhl and produced for Eternit SA in Switzerland during the 1950’s. Beautifully made with a concrete mix that retains the strength of concrete, but lighter and more flexible. Three holes are present on the bottom for drainage. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look at this unique garden antique. 

  • English 19th Century Chimney Pot

    $865.00

    31"H x 15"W x 15"D

    Dimensions: 31”H x 15”W x 15”D

    A remarkable Victorian-era English terracotta chimney pot. This antique architectural element serves as both decorative and functional additions to traditional chimney flues. During the 1800s, coal was used more and more to heat homes, however the smoke that it produced was thick and toxic. Heightening one’s chimney increases its draw, removing this unwanted pollutant from interiors more quickly. Multiple indoor fireplaces was a luxury afforded to those with means, and these toppers would often be indicative of an estate’s socioeconomic status. The more intricately designed pots were more expensive and therefore prized by those that wished to project their wealth by ornamenting their homes with beautiful embellishments to their fireplace smokestacks. The worn black and white paint adds so much character to the design. Most were not painted, making this one particularly stylish. One of the crown’s tines have been lost, adding to its antique charm. Today, they can still function as intended, however their excellent patination and form make for exceptional garden ornaments and/or decorative objects.

  • Terracotta Large Bowl

    $3,250.00

    18.25"H x "W x 30.25"D

    Dimensions: 18-¼”H x 30-¼”D

    This unglazed terracotta bowl is beautifully primitive and massive. The natural color of the terracotta is still bright, despite the years of use it’s endured. Please view the detailed images to see more.

  • English 19th Century Rhubarb Forcer

    $885.00

    14.5"H x "W x 15.25"D

    Dimensions: 14-½”H 15-¼” Diameter

    This is an English 19th century terracotta rhubarb forcer for the garden. A rhubarb forcer is a bell-shaped pot with a lidded opening at the top, used to cover rhubarb to limit photosynthesis. They encourage the plant to grow early in the season and also produce blanched stems. The pots are placed over two- to three-year-old rhubarb crowns during winter or very early spring. Once shoots appear the lid is taken off, causing them to grow towards the light. This one no longer has a cover. It would be great in a garden to protect other plants or as a conversation piece.

  • English 19th Century Rhubarb Forcer

    $885.00

    13.88"H x "W x 15.25"D

    Dimensions: 13-⅞”H 15-¼” Diameter

    This is an English 19th century terracotta rhubarb forcer for the garden. A rhubarb forcer is a bell-shaped pot with a lidded opening at the top, used to cover rhubarb to limit photosynthesis. They encourage the plant to grow early in the season and also produce blanched stems. The pots are placed over two- to three-year-old rhubarb crowns during winter or very early spring. Once shoots appear the lid is taken off, causing them to grow towards the light. This one no longer has a cover. It would be great in a garden to protect other plants or as a conversation piece.

  • Pair of French Early 20th Century Painted Cast Iron Planters

    $1,500.00

    10.5"H x 24"W x 10"D

    Dimensions: 10 1/2″ H x 24″ W x 10″ D

    Two incredible French cast iron planters that have been painted, circa 1920. The rectilinear planters are perched atop decorative scrolled feet, done with great influence from Louis XV. Front and center lie cartouches that encircle clusters of grapes. Cross hatchings embellish the planters, as well as acanthus leaf and floral filigree flair. Both were once painted white, though weather and time have taken most of it away.  Both planters have functional drains. A truly stunning pair that will elevate your outdoor (or indoor) style!

  • Pair of French Early 20th Century Barbotine Planters

    $795.00

    8.63"H x 8.38"W x 8.75"D

    Dimensions: 8-5/8″H x 8-3/8″W x 8-3/4″D

    A friendly pair of brightly-colored barbotine planters, made in France at the beginning of the 20th century. The pair are each fashioned like a boarded crate, with a swallow perched in front of reeds, pussy willows, and other green foliage. The glazes used are vivid, in bright cobalt blue, greens and a red-finished interior. They are lifted by styled branch feet.

  • Set of Three Octagonal Reconstituted Stone Planters

    $1,185.00

    10"H x 13.25"W x 13.25"D

    Dimensions: 10″H x 13-1/4″W x 13-1/4″D

    A set of three octagonally-shaped planters, made of beautifully patinated reconstituted stone. Each face of the planter has a floral design with varying degrees of weathering, leaving no two the same. The planters all have holes for drainage. The pots are available for individual purchase for $395.00 each.

Fireside Antiques offers antique garden planters, antique pots and urns. We source many of our antique planters on buying trips to England and France.  Here, you will find a vast selection of French and English 19th Century antique pots.

Antique Pots, Urns, and Jars

Enquire today about our sizable collection of antique urns, pots, and jars at (225) 752-9565!

There is something unique about owning antique products in the 21st century. It’s a nice change of pace in the age of rapidly advancing technology. Antique items can add a sense of charm to your kitchen, dining room, and bedroom furniture.

Fireside Antiques sets out to prove that antiques never go out of style. With an 18,000 square foot showroom full of antique pots, urns, and jars, we supply the Baton Rouge community with stylish antiques that create a welcoming, warm environment in your home.

Why Buy Antique Planters, Pots & Jars.

We’re starting to see more people invest in an antique kitchen. Whether it’s an antique flower pot or another home decor, there is value in giving your home an old-fashioned look. Antique flower pots and cooking pots are timeless. They give off a classy vibe that sets the tone for the rest of your kitchen.

Similarly, our collection of European antique jars takes you back to a simpler time. Whether you decide to use them on special occasions or daily, our antique jars can add to the value of your kitchen or dining room.

Antique furniture resonates with most people because they grew up in a house with antiques. To remember an older relative, consider an antique urn. These urns have a sentimental value that no modern urn can convey.

Browse Our Selection

We put together a showroom of 100% authentic European antique pots, urns, and jars. These items all came from 18th, 19th, and 20th century Europe. Our talented staff takes multiple trips to Italy, France, and England each year to find unique antique accessories they can restore.

Once we return with the antiques, we fully restore them to be functional and easy to use. These pots, urns, and jars will appear just as they did in the era they existed in, but with modern-day functionality. It’s the best of both worlds.

Our selection of pots comes in many shapes, sizes, and designs that fit every size budget. Thirty-five years of experience is what we have in the antique restoration industry, and we’re only getting better.

Antiques are timeless. Grab a piece of history by purchasing any of the antiques we have in stock. Add some class to your kitchen, dining room, or bedroom with an authentic European antique.

If you have interest in our antique pots, urns, and jars, check out our Baton Rouge showroom or get in touch with us at (225) 752-9565. We’re happy to let you know all about the background of our antique accessories!

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