Hand-thrown Ceramic Planter & Dish
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
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How we'd use this beauty in our own homes.
A toe-kick drawer for baking sheets! A spot for bulky utensils!
So it can keep up with you in the kitchen for many years to come.
Whether you’re moving or it just needs a reshuffle.
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