Fueled by a Master’s in historic preservation and a fervent desire to resuscitate vintage artifacts, Sarah Polster created cushionchicago. The company has a keen eye for design that endures—be that a small swatch of needlework or an cast metal chandelier—and a talent for introducing old objects into a contemporary context. The resulting collection of revived vintage treasures represents a transformative journey—not only for the objects themselves, but also in the way we view them.
This charming collection of mid-century ceramic flowerpots features a delightful array of delicate hues. Colors include teal green (marked “USA”), off white (marked “Pfaltzgraff), yellow (marked “Pfaltzgraff”), gray (unmarked), cornflower blue (unmarked), yellow (unmarked), off-white (marked “USA”), and aqua (marked “390”). Heights 3” to 3.5”. Diameters 3.75” to 4.75”. Built-in trays. Six pots are in mint, original condition with no chips or cracks. Light crazing on interior. Remaining two pots in gently used vintage condition. Gray pot has small chip on exterior of rim. One off-white pot has large chip on exterior of base.