Stacked Porcelain Planter
Industrial meets natural.
The design for this unusual porcelain planter was inspired by the stacked-ring shapes of high-voltage ceramic insulators found on power lines. Unlike a typical planter that features a large body with a small, flat saucer, this one features a planter and saucer of equal shape and size, giving the whole object a uniquely holistic form. The planter comes with drainage holes at the bottom, so water can collect in the bottom saucer ring.
Photography by Rocky Luten, Bobbi Lin
Details & Materials -
Porcelain, glazed interior, unglazed exterior
Short Planter is 8" in diameter x 4" H and holds 64 ounces. Each planter has drainage holes at the bottom and an accompanying saucer that adds another ring.
Care & Notes
Gently wash with soap and water
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