Handmade Stoneware Planters
Where do these planters get their good looks, you ask? You’d have to venture over to Vermont to get the full answer, since they all were wheel-thrown there. Those curves you see are inspired by the organic rings of a tree (how appropriate). And that raw texture peeking out is sturdy stoneware clay. Oh, and bonus: Each pot has a drain hole built right into the bottom so your sprouts won’t soak up too much water. Snap up whichever size you fancy—or, you know, all three—then pop your plant pals inside for a very pretty picture.
Photography by Ty Mecham
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