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Pottery duck planter by Frankoma pottery. Yellow woodland mallard is marked Frankoma and 208A on the bottom. Great addition to your indoor garden decor. Cute herb container for Rosemary or Basil. SALE

Holiday Sale starts Now – Enter coupon code Eveteam15 upon checkout in Etsy to get 15% Discount. SALE starts now thru Monday, Nov 26th

Frankoma was made in Sapulpa, Oklahoma and has a great rustic western signature appearance.
It is in good vintage condition. I only see a small scuff or more like a scrape on one side below the molded feathers (about ¼”; see photo).
It measures 9 ¾” long x 5” wide and 5” tall from the head to the bottom.

Vintage Home Décor
Mid Century

Your purchase will be lovingly packaged to hold in the whispers of the past. I offer quick and reliable delivery.

Merci Beaucoup! Please visit http://etsy.com/shop/whimzythyme again soon.

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Should a refund be necessary, it will be for the item Price Only. Shipping costs are non-refundable.

Any custom fees, duties (tariffs), or taxes are the sole responsibility of the buyer, and are not included in the shipping charges listed.

Unclaimed or returned packages can be re-shipped at Buyers expense. Buyer must review and confirm their correct mailing address during purchase. I am not responsible for delays from customs or your direct postal service.

Items in my Shop are Vintage which means used or previously owned. Buyer's are responsible to read and review the detailed information provided in each listing. There is no warranty expressed or implied regarding the usefulness, durability or life span of vintage items.
Photos are "required" in order to file insurance claims on an item arriving damaged. Buyer must take photos of the damaged item in the shipping box with packaging as received (do not discard box and packaging). The Photos must be emailed within 1 to 2 days. Buyer may be required to sign and return an affidavit from the Insurance company stating that the item arrived damaged.

Pottery Duck Planter, Frankoma Pottery, Garden Decor, Herb Container - SALE