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Chanteloup Planter by Charlotte Moss


Charlotte Moss is a renowned interior designer and author based in New York City. Her glorious chinoiserie planter was inspired by the Pagoda at Chanteloup in France’s Loire Valley. Designed by architect Louis-Denis le Camus and built in 1775, the Chanteloup Pagoda is the only structure remaining of the chateau built by the Duc de Choiseul. “Several years ago on a visit there I climbed the seven stories by an interior circular staircase, passing by balustrades and window grilles all made from different Chinese fretwork patterns and ideograms that represent love, wisdom, and friendship. I will always associate fretwork with Chanteloup.” —Charlotte Moss

  • Size:20"h x 21.5"w Code: 1143

Handmade Italian terra cotta. Frost proof.



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Special shipping notice

Due to the oversize nature of this item it must be delivered by motor freight service.