"Carol Anne, thank you .I kinda had a feeling she was known to someone.I went to the sellers website to see what else they had , and they have a lot of great items.Thanks again for figuring out what I had ..Tom"
"Those are pots, not urns. Urns are taller, footed and many have handles. Some urns even have lids.
Urns can also be used to hold and support pots like yours. They could also be clay, or distressed clay.
Unless yours are dated developing an age…"
"Thank you for your input.I realize the photos were taken with them upside down , I have added a few more photos showing inside of them.The only Urns ? I found like them are cast iron and tall from the Victorian period. i would like to find out…"
"Those are flower pots. Hole is for drainage. Can sit in a concavity of loose sand or gravel or dirt or a concrete bowl.
For best results place some large gravel over the drainage hole and then potting soil atop that. Good drainage prevents root…"
I found these under the porch of a 1850s Farmhouse. Atr first I thought they were the tops of Birdbaths, but they are too deep and have a hole in the center. i did not find any base to them, one looks like its made of concrete and the colored one looks like some kind of stone.I would really like to find a base for both of them but do not know what to look for.The gentleman that owned the farm is in his early 80s and does not remember ever seeing them .Any help in identification or leads on…See More