The term "bough pot" was common in the 18th and 19th centuries, particularly in Europe. During the summer months when the fireplace would not be used, European families would decorate their mantels and hearths with floral arrangements. These arrangements required vessels for display, and the colloquial term "bough pot" came to mean the pots that were used. Half circular in shape they will sit beautifully against a wall or chimney breast, or two together make a round planter. With a ‘trivet’ lid to facilitate floral arrangements. See it here in Blue or Pink Bow, Bug, Cornflower & Butterfly, Gold or Silver Regency, or Shell. Other designs available.
Dimensions (cms) W 18 x H 10.5 x D 18