Set of Two Willy Guhl Cauldron Planters
Mid-century Modern, a set of two Willy Guhl round garden planters "Cauldron shape" elevated on short feet. Created in cement with each having it’s natural patina. Wear consistent with age and use. Circa 1960, Prov. Switzerland
Willy Guhl was a furniture maker, interior designer, teacher and a product designer born in 1915 Stein am Rhein, Switzerland and passed away in 2004 Switzerland. Guhl finished his apprenticeship as a cabinet maker at the School of Applied Arts in Zurich, Switzerland. He opened his own design studio and workshop in 1939. In 1943, he co-founded the Association of Swiss Interior Designers and in 1966 the Association of Swiss Industrial Designers. Guhl's work is known for his weather-resistant cement designs produced by the Swiss company Eternit.
Opening 10.5" diameter
Country of Origin: Switzerland
Dimensions: 17" H x 21" W