White Covas Planter
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A vase by any other name.
This little plump planter will add tons of personality to your plantings and arrangements. The bulbous basin sits atop a circular pedestal bottom, ready to be filled with small succulents or a handful of cut flowers. The opening extends all the way through the base, and the cinched middle gives stability to flower stems. In a creamy off-white, the interior of the basin and the exterior of the bottom pedestal are glazed for a glossy finish, while the exterior of the basin remains unfinished.
Photography by Bobbi Lin and Rocky Luten
Details & Materials -
Brooklyn, New York
Stoneware; Interior and base of exterior are glazed
4.5" W x 4.5" H; Top opening is 3.75” in diameter; Opening at center is 1” in diameter.
Care & Notes -
Hand wash only.
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Light + Ladder is the culmination of founder Farrah Sit's dream to create a business based on quality, function, beauty and community. They represent a return to meaningful consumption by providing artistic, one-of-a-kind, American-made accessories for the home. Each product is inspired by the vivid simplicity of the natural world, and all of their products are locally sourced and produced, designed by a network of independent artists in Brooklyn, New York.View Full Profile
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