Chartreuse planter wall pocket horse head is ceramic with opening at the head for planting. Great looking, awesome color! The 1950s brought a world of color to a post war era, including the bold chartreuse, so called because of the French liqueur Chartreuse.
Homer Laughlin and Bauer pottery are some of the earliest examples of chartreuse being used in ceramics. Soon all aspects of home decor were coming out in the acid green tone, including this wonderful horse head wall pocket. Plant this wall pocket with succulents, ivy, air plants, etc will be vintage awesome! In perfect condition.
Size measures: 6-1/2"L x 3"W x 8"H