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Acorn Wall Planter with Prince of Wales Feathers and Beavers and Maple Leaves

Date: C. 1860
Overall: 12 5/8 × 9 1/16 × 11 7/16 in. (32 × 23 × 29 cm)
Medium: Press moulded earthenware
Credit Line: Gift of J. Edward Browell
Object number: G15.4.2
DescriptionWall vase in the shape of an acorn with a drainage hole at the bottom, possibly by Brantford or Campbell Pottery. Brown in colour with dark yellow painted rim. Exterior decorated with a floral arrangement (possibly tulips) in the centre, with a maple leaf and beaver decoration on either side . The top rim is bordered with large feathers/leaves separated into 3 groups with decorativie ribbon and crosses stretching across the rim.