Hand-thrown Ceramic Planter & Dish
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Bring in the green.
Smooth ridges add textural appeal to this wheel-thrown flower pot, while the clean, matte porcelain finish—created using high-heat in the kiln—offsets bright blooms or greenery. The bowl of the saucer is imprinted using a doily, for just a hint of pattern that's unique to every planter. Planter drains through hole in the bottom.
Photography by Mark Weinberg
Details & Materials -
Brant Lake, New York
Pot: 4"H x 3.5"W. Dish: 4"W
Care & Notes -
Planter and dish are dishwater safe.
Meet the Maker
Brant Lake, NY
Janelle Beaulieu is the sole potter behind Stuck in the Mud Pottery. Located in the Adirondack Mountains of New York, she's influenced by the local landscape to produce instinctively simple, domestic forms with natural, unique detail. Using traditional tools and techniques, she creates one-of-a-kind wheel-thrown pottery. All tableware is made with lead free, food-safe glazes and fired in an electric kiln.View Full Profile
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