Antique Northern Thai Primitive Folk Teak Planter Made of a Hollow Tree Trunk
An antique Thai teak folk art Primitive planter from the 19th century, made of a hollow wood trunk with crooked lines and distressed patina. Found in Northern Thailand in the Chiang Mai region, this teak planter captures our immediate attention with its Primitive look and great rustic appeal. Made of a tree trunk hollowed in its center, this folk planter reminds us of the decorative power of raw, authentic objects.
Cracked, crooked and weathered (you name it!), this antique Thai teak folk primitive planter from the 19th century will bring a charismatic presence to any home where its tall silhouette (please review image 3 showing it placed to an armchair to show its height) will make for a true statement!