Willy Guhl circular tilted planters


Willy Guhl (1915-2004) was a Swiss furniture, product and interior designer, famed for his pioneering designs and Eternit, a company that created weather-resistant, affordable cement based garden planters which were lighter than stone and very durable. Willy Guhl was very much part of the neo-functional design in the Europe in the mid 20th century.

At Decorative Garden Antiques, we have a range of Willy Guhl garden planters. These planters are tilted spindle planters with a natural ageing providing a pleasant, aged patination.  The round saucer shaped disc top can be positioned to either be in the shape of the others or positioned at different angles depending upon your choice of look for your garden.

Priced individually, these 1950’s fibre reinforced concrete planters are elegant, yet extremely strong and stable.

Four of the tilted planters (all with drainage holes) have a height of 37cm and width 64cm. The fifth is slightly bigger: height 45cm and same width, ie 64cm.

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Dimensions64 × 37 cm

Mid 20th Century



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