Made using Autodesk Recap.
I've not printed this yet but looks like it should print well, make an interesting plant pot perhaps.
I think this would look nice with a stone effect paint.
One more thing...if you ever get the chance to visit Portmeirion Village in Wales then take it. It's a beautiful, fascinating and clever creation of a visionary. If you get the opportunity to stay overnight then even better - it's feels half a world away from everywhere and the restaurant is a treat. If you are a fan of the 60's TV show 'The Prisoner' then get a visit on your bucket list. I'm not affiliated with the place in any way - just a great admirer and occasional resident. I'm not quite sure why number 6 wanted to leave to be fair!
Scaled down to 50% size to make a small plant pot for a cactus. It came out at 9.8cm tall, 8.8cm diameter, inner diameter approx 7cm. (printed at this size it actually feels like holding a medieval wine goblet!)
Printed with a 0.3mm nozzle at 0.2mm layer height, 40mm/s using cheap grey PLA 210degC.
This is my very first print with a 0.3mm nozzle (my 0.4mm had died and 0.3m was the only one I had available). I'd probably increase the shell count next time I print this as it feels a little delicate (might be the 0.3mm nozzle though) and maybe nudge the infill up to 5%. For displaying on a window sill with a small house plant inside it will be more than adequate as-is.
Took around 9 hours to print.
Taking photos of an object on holiday then watching it materialise before you when you get home is awesome! I'm particularly fond of the chip that the original Urn had in the top rim being replicated in the model - adds to the authenticity.
Chip from the original urn replicated too - cool!
Made using Autodesk Recap from approx 20 photographs of an Urn/planter taken when staying at the Portmeirion hotel in Wales, UK.
It's not particularly high resolution (I'm not a registered user of Recap) but it looks like it should print well.
Original urn - note the chip in the top rim,