A ceramic figural planter inspired by the 1950 Disney Studios film Cinderella. Featuring Cinderella in a pink and white rendition of her ball gown, the planter was produced by Evan K. Shaw Pottery in the 1950's. The underside of the planter is hand-signed by the voice of Cinderella in the Disney film, Ilene Woods. Measuring 5”x3.5”x7.25” tall, the planter is in very good condition with some light crazing. Through the 1940s and 1950s, the Evan K. Shaw Pottery company and its sister companies, Metlox and American Pottery, produced a wide range of ceramics. In 1943, they were granted approval as a licensee to produce a range of Disney characters. These companies are no longer in business, and their highly desirable figurines are increasingly rare.