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For your consideration, a lovely planter / centerpiece bowl by David Stewart Lion's Valley Stoneware, circa 1970s Mexico. I was quite happy to come across this little beauty as it's one of the biggest and prettiest pieces of Lion's Valley I've ever seen. The piece features three doves of peace holding olive branches. All three doves are slightly different in design, giving the piece a charming handmade feel. I've pictured all three sides in pictures 1 to 3 which show some age related surface stains and scratches. The piece is in overall good vintage condition with no chips, cracks, or evidence of prior repairs and still retains some of the original label. Though it's shaped like a planter it does not have a drilled hole in the base so it requires use of a liner if you plan on using it as a planter. I'm thinking little rosemary tree for Christmas! Measures 4.74 inches in height and 6.25 inches in diameter.

Vintage David Stewart Lion's Valley Dove of Peace Planter / Centerpiece Bowl, 1970s Mexico - Treasury Item


  • Vintage item from the 1970s
  • Materials: ceramic, stoneware
  • Only ships within United States.
  • Feedback: 290 reviews
  • Favorited by: 25 people