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Is that the ghost of Harry Truman fishing from a remant of his former home on Mount St. Helen's? Is he using this floatable rock as a boat in his old haunt on Spirit Lake?

These pumice stone planters were sold in the floral departments of grocery stores, in Washington State, not too long after the volcano erupted. As my birthday is the same day as the big blow, someone thought I would find it extra cool to gift me this rugged novelty filled with small growing plants. The tiny garden flourished for many years in it's dramatic container.

The airy rock weighs a bit over 3 lbs. and measures about 3 inches deep by 12 inches long by 8 inches at it's widest. The tag authenticating it is long gone, but I have been the sole owner since I received it 30 plus years ago.

"Harry" is not included. He needs to stay here to feed the cats.

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Mount St. Helens Pumice Stone Planter - Vintage - 1980-81

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1980s
  • Material: volcanic pumice stone
  • Feedback: 241 reviews
  • Only ships within United States.
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