Hex Spora (Set of 2)
From succulents to salt cellar.
A winning combination of geometry and organic form, these tiny planters are not just for succulents and other living things! The stoneware cup has a food-safe glaze on the interior so we're also using them as salt and pepper cellars, and as a special serving vessel for freshly chopped herbs. A couple of these cuties lined up on our desk hold paperclips, rubber bands, and other trinkets. The delicate ceramic cups perch in the solid walnut hexagonal bases, in a no-tipping balancing act. The bases move about freely (they don't attach to one another), so add multiple sets of 2 to create your very own mosaic arrangement.
Photography by Bobbi Lin and Rocky Luten
Details & Materials -
Brooklyn, New York
Cup is ceramic stoneware with a food-safe glaze on the interior; Stand is hand-finished solid walnut
Cup is 2.25" L x 2.25" W x 1.75" H; Stand is 3" L x 3" W x 3" H
Care & Notes
Hand wash ceramic cup. Wipe wood base clean with a damp cloth.
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