The classic blue and white design of this Breckenridge Quatrefoil Planter made by Port 68 for the WILLIAMSBURG brand will add historical charm to any room in your home. The blue motifs on the porcelain body of the planter are inspired by an embroidered 19th century ball gown in our collections. This planter is a versatile piece you can use in so many ways. We love it as a centerpiece in the dining room, on a side table to display flowers or plants, or simply on its own as a focal piece on a shelf. The quatrefoil shape holds four 6 inch plants. Makes a lovely gift. Online exclusive!
- Design inspired by an embroidered ball gown in The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation collections
- Porcelain quatrefoil shaped planter
- Antiqued brass feet
- Measures 16"W x 16"D x 8"H
- WILLIAMSBURG by Port 68
A family document notes that Ann Cary Selden Breckinridge of Botetourt County, Virginia, wore a stylish embroidered gown at a Congressional Ball in Washington, D. C., where her husband served in the House of Representatives from 1809 to 1817. The embroidered motifs on the gown in our collections is the inspiration behind the Breckenridge line from Port 68. See the original gown in our digital archives (object #2000-48).