Thomason of Cudworth Planter Box
Phillip Thomason is widely considered one of the finest garden pot makers of the twentieth century. His terracotta has the look, feel and strength of Coadestone, a legendary stoneware clay body developed by Mary Coade in the 19th century. Her terracotta was as hard as stone; her architectural pieces were installed in many buildings. Thomason-Cudworth has taken up that history, and brought it into the 20th century. This stoneware/coadestone handmade classic Versailles planter box with bearded Green Man masks and bun feet was purchased at auction at Sothebys. His pots are rarely available, and are greatly prized by gardeners.
25.25″ square x 32″ tall